CS 473, Spring 2023

Algorithms


Course Staff

Instructor: Timothy Chan (tmc)

TAs: Tanvi Bajpai (tbajpai2), Christian Howard (howard28)

CAs: Changsheng Chen (cc81), Yirong Chen (yirongc3), Sam Ruggerio (samuelr6), David Yao (dyyao2)

Lecture Time/Place

Tue & Thu 2:00pm-3:15pm, Siebel 1404

Office Hours

All office hours to be held in the open lounge area on the 3rd floor of Siebel (outside of 3240).

Administrivia

Homework

Exams

About the Course

CS 473 (also cross-listed as Math 473 and CSE 414) is an algorithms course aimed at advanced undergraduates and graduate students in computer science and related disciplines. The course covers a wide range of topics in algorithm design and analysis, including the following: Prerequisites: CS/ECE 374 or equivalent, or graduate standing (see things you should already know)

Lectures

Although lectures will be recorded, it is expected that students will attend most of the lectures. Recordings may be accessed on mediaspace for registered students. I will provide scribbles from class, and some links to relevant resources, below. There is no textbook, but Jeff's book and notes are excellent. (Other useful general resources can be found here.)