CSC478/2412 home page (Spring 1997)
Updated April 3, 1997
Updated (April 15, 1997): Grading scheme for
assignment 4 updated.
New (April 3, 1997): Added the grading
scheme for assignment 3.
Updated the upcoming topics section.
New (March 27, 1997): Added tutorial examples on
distinct and equal degree factorization.
New (March 21, 1997): Added tutorial examples on
fast division and square-free factorization. Added assignment 4 Postscript
and grading scheme. Added the Upcoming Topics section.
New (February 17, 1997): Added tutor's office hours section.
New (February 17, 1997): Added assignment 3 -- PostScript
Updated (February 7, 1997): Added a PostScript version
of the course outline
Updated (February 5, 1997): Assignment dates updated
New (January 17, 1997): Official outline added
CSC478 is the Computer Algebra course offered by the
Department of Computer Science at the
University of Toronto.
The course instructor is Daniel Panario
the tutor is David Neto
(neto at cs utoronto dot ca).
- Tuesday March 25: Daniel will finish polynomial factorization.
- Thursday March 27: David will take over Thursday class to do examples
of distinct degree factorization and equal degree factorization.
- Friday March 28 is Good Friday, so we'll have no class or tutorial.
- April 1: Daniel will begin with Gröbner bases.
Gordie Howe will try to revive his professional hockey career.
The government of Ontario plans to vote on the megacity bill.
- April 4: David will talk about constructing finite fields, assignment 5,
and do some sample calculations used in constructing Gröbner bases.
Tutor's office hours
- Wednesday February 19, 1997, 10am-11am in SF3207.
If there is a discrepancy between a PostScript file and an HTML file,
the PostScript file shall be deemed authoritative.
You might also be interested in
Scheme code and
Ideal Turing code for
quickly computing a^b mod n. I've included a quick runtime
analysis as well.
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