Today is the last lecture of
CS4850*. Lecturing to an empty classroom is nowhere near as satisfying
as lecturing to 70 students in person. I know that listening to the
lectures must also be nowhere near as valuable or interesting as going
to a lecture, but it was the best we could do.
As soon as we grade the last homework we will post the grades.
* Mathematical foundations for the information age
Lecture: MWF 1:25pm - 2:15pm
Instructor: John Hopcroft
Office Hours: By appointment
|John E. Hopcroft and his students at the 70th birthday conference, Oct. 2009:|
Back row left to right: Alfred V. Aho, Richard J. Cole, Chandrajit Bajaj, John E. Hopcroft, Ravindran Kannan, Zvi Galil, Steven Fortune, Robert E. Tarjan, Gordon Wilfong. Allan Borodin.
Front row left to right: Laura Wang, Yookyung Jo, Daniela Rus, Kristen Summers, Sucheta Soundarajan, John Johnstone, Baining Guo, Gilles Brassard.
Idem, J. D. Ullman: `Introduction to Automata theory, Languages, and Computation', Addison-Wesley publishing company, Inc., 1979 (revision of `Formal languages and their relation to Automata', 1969).
A. V. Aho, Idem, J. D. Ullman: `The design and analysis of Computer Algorithms', Addison-Wesley publishing company, Inc., 1974.
A. V. Aho, Idem, J. D. Ullman: `Data structures and Algorithms', Addison-Wesley publishing company, Inc., 1983.