Information for Instructors
This page contains information for educators that teach a course that is
(partially) based on this book. The following information is available:
In order to obtain any of the above, please send
me an email message in which you identify yourself as an
are you? in which course do you use my book? at which university?) and
specify which of the above you would like to receive. I will reply with
instructions on how to obtain the material.
- All 200 illustrations from the book (including the pseudo-code) in
encapulated PostScript (EPS) format. You could use them to make your own
slides for overhead projection.
- The slides that I use for my own teaching, in PDF (295 slides in
total). They are not available in PowerPoint format because they were
prepared using other software.
Note: All material is subject to copyright and can only be
made available for noncommercial purposes. Any other use requires specific
examples of programming assignments that I give to my own students are
My students have to perform a programming project of about 60 hours as part
of the examination for the course. These assignments consist of a 1-page
description and one or more articles from literature. The idea is to read
the literature and implement an algorithm described in it.
Descriptions of the most popular projects throughout the last years are
Last update on:
Sun Jun 1 19:55:45 MEST 2008
by Sabih Gerez.