Our recitation section (CSCI-UA.102-005) meets Wednesdays 3:30-4:45
in room CIWW 109.
The recitation leader is Prasad Kapde pk1094 AT nyu DOT edu.
He is available for questions by email appointment.
Prasad had kindly prepared some material from the recitations.
Your labs should be sent to one of our three graders/TA. Your grader is determined by the first letter of your last name.
Several labs will involve programming assignments.
Please follow these
guidelines, first produced by
Robert Soule, the TA for operating systems during 2006-07 fall, and
tweaked by many every since.
As indicated in the guidelines, please include the following as
the Subject: of your
ds-lab#-lastname-firstname, where # is replaced by
the number of the lab, lastname is your last name in lower case, and
firstname is your first name in lower case.
For example, if I was submitting lab2 the subject would be
Please send only the source and documentation (e.g., README) files
packaged as one tar, tar.gz, or zip file.
This file should be an attachment to the email message.
Lab 6 is available.
Lab 5 is available.
Lab 4 is available.
Lab 3 is available.
Lab 2 is available.
Lab 1 is available.
These notes will be shown in class. They are designed for viewing, not printing. As a result, the printed page breaks may occur at awkward points. I do not advise printing them, but if you do, I suggest waiting until the class has been given as I am likely to revise them when preparing for class.
There will be an in-class midterm and a final exam during finals week. Practice exam will be available. Please do not plan any trips until the exam dates are settled.
The midterm will be in class 26 March 2013.
Here are some typical questions. Please note that I didn't not consider the length or balance of this practice midterm, but I very much do consider the balance and especially the length of real exams.
The answers are here.
The final exam will be in Room 109 WWH on Thurs May 16 at 4pm.
A practice final is here.
Answers to the practice final are here.