BinProlog 4.00 binary for ACS Solaris machines is on the ACS directory for CSE 130, /home/solaris/ieng9/cs130w/public/prolog/bp where everyone in the class should have an account. The prolog/ directory mentioned above also has a file ex1.pl that you may find useful. Some basic notes on using BinProlog 4.00 are at binpro.html. If you have a CSE account, you can also get BinProlog 4.00 binary on CSE Sun workstations (such as beowulf, bintijua, kongo, and APE lab machines) at /net/cs/class/wi99/cse230/prolog/bp, as well as /net/cat/disk1/prolog/bp.
The midterm and final exams are on the class website; the midterm is in postscript.
Graded homwork will be handed out in the discussion section; there are too many students for it to be practical after class when homework is also being handed in. If you cannot make it to the section yourself, please ask a friend to pick up your homework for you.
Please do not ask the TAs, grader, or professor for help doing your homework; this is not fair to other students. Of course, it is acceptable - indeed, it is encouraged! - to ask questions about the content of the course. And naturally you can also ask about bugs in the homework questions (if there are any). Also please check the website before asking us administrative questions; the chances are good that the answer is already here.
The following is required:
The following books are recommended:
Grades will be based on the larger of: 60% for the final, 20% for the homework, and 20% for the midterm; or else 40% for the final, 30% for the homework, and 30% for the midterm.
The class TAs are Fox Harrell (office hours Wednesday 3:30 - 4:20 PM, in APM 3337D), and Yu Xu (office hours Tuesday, 2:30 - 3:30, APM 3337A).
Prerequesites for this class are CSE 100, CSE 20, CSE 12, and one of the basic programming courses. If you are not familiar with the discrete mathematics in CSE 20, you should review it; a good textbook is Discrete Mathematics with Applications, by Susanna Epp (Brooks/Cole 1999).
If you find bugs in the lecture notes or the textbook, please send me email, because I want to include a comprehensive bug list for the texts in the class notes.
My office hours are right after class, or by appointment.
Binary for BinProlog 4.00 for Sun workstations is on the ACS directory for CSE 130, /home/solaris/ieng9/cs130w/public/prolog/bp where you should all have accounts. If you have a CSE account, you can also find it at /net/cs/class/wi99/cse230/prolog/bp as well as at /net/cat/disk1/prolog/bp. Some basic notes on using BinProlog 4.00 are at binpro.html.