CSE 34151 Theory of Computing: Spring 2017 - SV Section
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Description: Introduction to formal languages and automata, computability theory, and complexity theory.

This class is a sub-section of the on-campus course taught by Prof. Chiang.

Text: Intro to the Theory of Computation, 2nd or 3rd Ed. (preferred), Michael Sipser with ERRATA.

Instructor: Prof. Peter Kogge 326A Cushing.

Classroom: Zoom on-line: 8:00-9:15am Tusdays/Thursdays, PST

Administration: See the Campus Theory Home Page page for information on grading, office hours, etc.

This week in Theory

Lecture topics will follow closely those of the on-campus course, while lectures themselves may be different.

Week 9: March 21-23

Campus: Campus Lecture Notes
SV Tuesday: Turing Machines Variations in Turing Machines
SV Thursday: Algorithms, Graphs, and Deciders
Class video
Reading: Sipser Chap. 3.1-3.3
Homework Homework 5 Due Thursday 3/23 11:55pm
Other TOCK Toolkit for simulating FAs.
Excel Spreadsheet for simulating FAs.

Previous weeks calendars, including class, readings, and homework information, are on the Calendar page.

Recent Important Web Site Changes. See Change Log for complete list

  • 3/8: Exam 2 scheduled for April 11
  • 2/23: Note addition to class rules in Administration"All handouts and other materials created for this course by the professor are copyrighted material of the professor. Re-posting copies of any of these materials to any location is both an honor code violation and a violation of copyright law."
  • 2/19: change in deadline for HW3
  • 2/18: Posted Homework 3 Due 2/23 11:55pm and Project 2
  • 2/14:Review Video from 2/14 posted
  • 2/2: Notes for Regular Expressions updated. Remember Homework 2: due 2/2 11:55pm to Sakai dropbox.
  • 1/25: Notes for week 2 updated
  • 1/17: Startup