EE 382V: Parallel Algorithms
Prerequisites: Graduate Standing
Course Contents: This is an introductory graduate course in parallel algorithms. It assume undergraduate knowledge of sequential algorithms. The following topics will be covered in the course:
25 % Assignments, 15 % Exam 1, 15% Exam 2, 15% Project, 5% Class Presentation, 5% Scribe Duties, 20% Final Exam.
Lecture Notes provided by the instructor.
The following book is optional. Introduction to Parallel Algorithms by Joseph JaJa, Addison-Wesley Professional, 1992.
Course Website: We will use Canvas System available at http://canvas.utexas.edu
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