Key Papers in Computer Science   - Winter 2005/6

          To:     Bibliography and references Handouts and Slides

Moni Naor 


When:     Thursday 16:00--18:00
Where:    Ziskind 1

DESCRIPTION:   The purpose of this course is to review key papers that shaped the intellectual development of the field of computer science.

PREREQUISITES: Students are expected to be familiar with algorithms, data structures, probability theory, and linear algebra, at an undergraduate level; a basic course in computability is assumed.

REQUIREMENTS: Students are required to present one of the papers and the background leading to it, write a summary as well as attend all meeting, read all papers, and participate in class discussion.

Deadline for reports: March 2nd 2006!  



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