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An interesting article on Donald Knuth in the NYT

Sample Final Posted

Sample Final can be found here.

Sample Exam #4 Posted

Hi All, Sample Exam #4 is posted, find it here.

Link to video for tomorrow:

Hi All,

During our Quantum Algorithm lecture, we’ll take a quick look at what some researchers are doing to solve an NP-complete problem called the Traveling Salesperson problem. The video we will look at will be the start and end (2:42 and 47:50) of William Cook’s lecture here.

Also, find an intro to the math behind Quantum Computing here.

Movie – “The Imitation Game”

Hi All,

A few of you have asked about the name of the movie whose clip I showed you in our session on cryptography – it is called “The Imitation Game” starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing, see here for more info.

As I mentioned in class, Alan Turing was a giant, widely considered to be the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence – he gave the Church-Turing Thesis, imagined the Turing machine (the basis for all classical computing machines) and was a powerful force in the battle of the minds against the Axis powers during WW II. Read more about him here.

Prof. Bonanome

Assignment #5 – due 12/11/2018

Hi All, Assignment #5 is posted here.

Our “Pie Challenge” Activity

Hi All,

Thanks for making our pie challenge a success!! Interested in the solution? Find it here.

Assignment #4 – due date extended

Hi All,

As announced in class today, the due date for Assignment #4 has been extended to 8 am tomorrow, 11/28.

Kind Regards,
Prof. Bonanome


Assignment #4 is posted – due Tuesday 11/27/2018

Assignment #4 is posted here.

A Python code for fast modular exponentiation to help with RSA encryption

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