Fall'23: Undergraduate Computability and Complexity Theory (CS 452)Wednesday: 15:5017:00 Science & Engineering Resource Center  Room 203 Instructor: Karthik C. S. (Office hours at Core 308: Monday, 14:3015:30) Recitations: Mursalin Habib (Science & Engineering Resource Center  Room 207 on Wednesday: 19:4520:40). ScribingPlease use this latex template for the scribes. You may scribe in groups of size 1 or 2. At most two groups can scribe each of the lectures. The scribes of the Monday lecture are due by Friday night of the same week. The scribes of the Wednesday lecture are due by Sunday night of the same week. A perfect scribing of the lecture with all missing details filled in will be given 200 points. A scribe which merely copies what is written on the board and does not add any additional context or details will be given at most 50 points. GradingYour grade is computed out of 1000 points (you may accumulate at most 1000 points; if you obtain more than 1000 points then it will be capped to exactly 1000 points). You can accumulate at most 200 points from scribing lecture notes. Midterm I is 250 points, Midterm II is assigned 300 points, and the final exam is assigned 350 points. Your grade will be computed solely based on the sum of all the points acquired through scribing, midterms, and final exam. There are no other extra credits activities for the course. No exceptions. Topics and schedule
