Recitation: Mon 8:30-9:30 (Taub 9)
Eddie Bortnikov, Edward.Bortnikov@compaq.com
Office hours: Tue 16:30-17:30, Tandem Labs Israel (Gutwirth park), Tel. 8323050 (ext 216)
Your grades are here.
|5.3.2001||At last, the final grades.
Drop by my office to see your papers; please bring another copy with you, if you want to take the graded paper.
|30.1.2001||Here are your grades.|
|24.1.2001||Homework number 4 is posted.
Due date: 7.2.2001.
You need to submit this assignment only if you want to improve your home assignments grade.
Grades for assignment #3 will be published around 29.1.2001.
|31.12.2000||Until further notice, the strike does not apply to this course: Lectures are held.
There will be no recitation tomorrow (1.1.2001).
Please check project assignments, and notify me of errors/omissions.
|31.12.2000||Homework number 3 is posted.
Due date: 22.1.2001.
|12.12.2000||The hint for Question 2 in Homework 2 was modified.|
|3.12.2000||The code of fast mutex (in postscript) was added to Homework 2.|
|28.11.2000||Homework number 2 is posted.
Due date: 18.12.2000.
|12.11.2000||Project ideas are posted.
Project proposals due: 10.12.2000. Projects due: 28.1.2001
|5.11.2000||No recitation tomorrow (6.11.2000).
We will notify you about next week.
|5.11.2000||Homework number 1 is posted.
Due date: 27.11.2000.
- Introduction; syllabus will be availale soon.
- Leader election in rings.
- Mutual exclusion.
- Wait-free simulations of shared objects.
- Additional topics, by lecturer’s choice.
The course uses the book Distributed Computing: Fundamentals, Simulations, and Advanced Topics by Attiya and Welch.
See the errata page for the book.
See also the previous incarnation of this course.
- Home work number 1, Due 27.11.2000.
- Home work number 2, Due 18.12.2000.
- Home work number 3, Due 22.1.2001.
- Home work number 4, Due 7.2.2001.
You may use these materials for non-profit educational purposes without charge. I leave them online for students to reference throughout my course. I do not grant to you the right to publish these materials for profit, in either their original or formatted form.
Hagit Attiya, Department of Computer Science, Technion