MOED B appeals
|If you want to discuss your exam (MOED B) orally, please attend only the corresponding lecturer/assistant|
Q1, Q2, Q5 - Dudu
Q3a - Liran
Q3bc - Hanna
Q4 - Nader
Q6 - Benny and Amir.
|If the GR system grade does not match your UG grades, please send an e-mail to Liran Katzir with your name and ID.|
MOED B solution sketch.
|MOED B's solution sketch is published in hardcopy at the windows of the undergraduate secretaries' office.|
|We are interested to know how many of you want to do MOED C.|
Those of you that are interested (and eligible) for MOED C, submit an e-mail to Liran Katzir with you ID number.
Students who took both MOED A and MOED B are automatically not eligible.
A student who served in reserve duty (Miluim) in MOED A or MOED B is automatically eligible.
This announcement does NOT implies that MOED C will take place this semester, it is possible that MOED C will be next semester’s MOED A.
MOED B appeals.
|We will publish a solution sketch and some notes on common mistakes on the|
secretary's board. Please read it BEFORE you appeal, it might save your (and
our) time. Appeals that will address points that were mentioned explicitly
in this paper will be directed back to it.
Appeal should be submitted to Liran Katzir's mail box.
An appeal should include the appeal form and the id of the relevant student.
You do not need to provide a copy of the exam.
The due date for submitting an appeal is on the 06/May/2007.
Final B grades
|MOED B and Final B grades are published. |
A +11 points factor was given to MOED B grades.
To prevent appeals for a single point,
the homework grade aided students how scored >= 53 in the exam,
|The submitted appeals were already checked and returned by 29/Mar/2007.|
If the appeal was accepted the grade was updated in the GR++ system.
|MOED B will take place right after the Passover vacation; therefore, there will be no additional office hours before the exam.|
MOED B will have the same structure as MOED A, but the load in part A is reduced.
Moed A Appeals.
|Due to many requests, you can all come to Liran Katzir's office hour regarding Moed A exam. Wednesday 14:30 - 15:30. Taub 314|
MOED A appeals.
|Appeal should be submitted to Liran Katzir's mail box.|
An appeal should include the appeal form and your id of the relevant student.
The due date for submitting an appeal is on the 28/Mar/2007.
Final A grades
|MOED A and Final A grades are published.|
A +14 points factor was given to MOED A grades.
To prevent appeals for a single point, the homework grade aided students how scored >= 53 in the exam,
About 10% of the grades are >= 90.
The median is 70.
About 20% of the students failed.
|All students must know all recitations and lectures material.|
Graph algorithm taught only in the recitations.
Suffix Array taught only in the recitations.
Counting sort taught only in the recitations.
Deletion of a leaf in a heap taught only in the recitations.
Union-find variants taught only in the recitations.
Benny's exam office hour change of time
|Benny's exam office hour has been rescheduled to Thursday 13:30-15:30 Taub 7. |
This change is due to students' requests (and the techen logi exam).
Benny's exam office hour
|Benny give a 2-hour lesson on Thursday 08/Mar/2007 between 13:30-15:30 at Taub 7. |
During this lesson he will solve questions/ review the course material according to your requests.
In order to efficiently use the time he asks that question will be sent before the class.
Questions that will be sent before the lesson will have a higher priority.
Exam Cover Page
|The MOED A exam's cover page can be found in|
It is strongly encouraged to read this page before the exam.
The exam is divided into two 75 minutes parts with a 15 minutes break in the middle.
There is no permission to leave during each part.
Amir's Exam Office Hours
|Amir's office hours has changed to|
16:30-17:30 Thursday 08/Mar/2007
Exam Office Hours
|Hanna 11:00-12:00 Tuesday 06/Mar/2007 |
Dudu 12:30-13:30 Tuesday 06/Mar/2007
Liran 17:00-18:00 Wednesday 07/Mar/2007
Nader 10:30-11:30 Thursday 08/Mar/2007
Benny 13:30-15:30 Thursday 08/Mar/2007 Taub 7
Amir 16:30-17:30 Thursday 08/Mar/2007
Grades for DRY3 have been published!
|Undergraduate office will NOT accept MOED ALEPH grades of students who did not pre-register as was demanded. |
Student who are registered we will only accept grades from MOED ALEPH of this semester.
This was decided upon by the Technion committees.
Limudei hasmacha does not have the right to decide otherwise,
nor does individual lecturers.
Wet2 grades are out
|The tests are available at wet2/real tests.|
Exam for last semester students
|if a student has taken one, and only one, of the moed |
aleph, bet and miuchad (gimmel) exams in any course in the last
(spring) semester, and the course is given again this semester, then
she/he has the right to take the moed aleph (AND ONLY MOED ALEPH) exam
of this present winter semester as his second moed. That is, this will
then count as his moed bet from the spring semester of 2006.
Benny's lecture for this week (at 31/Jan/2007) is canceled.
Grades for DRY2 have been published!
Wet2 Dry Part Submission
|Due to the strike, some of the students requested to submit the dry part on Monday.|
This is ok under the following requirements:
(1) The submission time that counts is the submission time of the wet part.
(2) The dry part should be identical to the wet part.
Dry3 is out
|The due date is on the 04/Feb/2007 14:00. |
Wet2 input/output example files
|Wet2 input/output example files can be found in the ~cs234218/wet2/Examples/|
directory and in the assignment tab.
|Due to some question regarding removeInterval.|
We have added a function called doesIntervalExist.
And you may assume removeInterval is called only on valid intervals.
Wet1 test files
|The test files (and their expected behavior files) we used can be found in the assignment section or on t2 in ~cs234218/wet1/real_tests/ directory.|
|Wet1-FAQ and grading details can be found in the assignment section.|
|The grades are published under two parts.|
Wet1Wet - accounts for the wet part.
Wet1Dry - accounts for the dry part.
And Wet1 is the rounded average of these two.
Wet2 is out
|The due date is on the 21/Jan/2007 14:30.|
|Against previous announcement, dry due date is postponed in two days.|
Namely, 04/Jan/2007 at 14:00.
Recitation slides for hash tables
|Recitation slides for hash tables were updated.|
The new slides are now available.
Dry1 Common Mistakes
|Dry1 Common Mistakes can be found in the assignments section|
Recommended reading material.
|Some of the recitation's material is not obligatory and it is only given in class if there is spare time.|
However, in those recitations in which there was no spare time, it is recommended that you will make up the material by yourselves.
This material can be found in recitations material section, Stacks_Queues.pdf and Linked_Lists.pdf
Dry 2 deadline clarification.
|Dry 2's deadline is not extended, and it is on the 02/Jan/2007 14:00.|
This message, off course, does not apply to people who served in reserved duty during the exercise's period.
|Dry 1 was checked and returned.|
You can find your grades on the GR++ system.
Amir Rubinstein's office hour this week
|Amir Rubinstein's office hour this week(20/Dec/2006) is canceled.|
|1. A few spelling mistakes were corrected in Wet1.doc|
2. examples files were added.
Wet1 Submission method
|Due to technical difficulties, the submission method was changed.|
The new submission method is via the GR system.
You can find a detailed description in the updated wet1 document.
If you already submitted, please resubmit.
Benny's class relocation
|Benny's class is relocated to Taub 2|
Updated lecture slides
|An updated version of the lecture slides can be found at|
The link is also available from the lecture slides page.
|Liran's recitation on Monday 15:30 – 16:30 relocates to Taub 8.|
Dudu's Recitation on Thursday 10:30 – 11:30 relocates to Taub 6.
Dry1 - Stirling's approximation
You can use the following inequality
(n/e)^n < n! < (n/e)^n * sqrt(2 * Pi * n ) * 2
Dry 1 is online
|The first dry exercise is published under the assignments tab.|
Homework grades transfer from last semester.
|Due to the recent war situation, homework grades from the previous semester and the previous semester only can be transferred as homework grades for the current semester. This only applies to students that have been examined in at most one period.|
See the following link for further instructions.
Those of you who are interested and eligible should see the T.A. in charge. Please bring your graded exercises with you.
Benny Applebaum's office hour on Nov 15, 2006
|Benny Applebaum's office hour on Nov 15, 2006 is canceled.|
Welcome to Data Structures course - winter 2006/2007
This is the first official mail from the "Data Structures 1" (234218) course staff.
Each student registered to the course, should get this mail. Those who didn't get it, are probably not registered, or are not on the mailing list. So, if you know about friends who take this course that did not get this mail, please inform them to register through the "Auto Update" feature appearing at the homepage.
All the information you need appears at the course website at: http://webcourse.cs.technion.ac.il/234218.
The course announcements, notifications, changes and etc. will be published on the web and through this mailing list. It's your responsibility to be updated and to check from time to time for new information posted on the web.
Please make sure you read the course guidelines that appear in the info_sheet under the syllabus tab (will be online soon).
The lectures slides can be downloaded and printed from the site (under "course material") or obtained as a booklet at Beit Hastudent.
In the recitations, we will teach with PowerPoint slides which also appear under "course material".
Additional service that the course home page suggests is partner finding.
Our office hours and email addresses will be updated soon under “staff” tab. Try to fit yourselves to those office hours, or contact us by email. We will be happy to answer your questions and help you with this course during the semester.
The lectures and recitations will be held starting the first day of the semester.
We wish you a fruitful and enjoyable semester!