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Welcome to the UmmCSciProbSolvingSeminar Web!

This is the wiki web for the UMM Computer Science problem solving seminar.

Problem list

I'm going to name/number these ProbTyyNnn where Tyy is the semester (S or F) and the last two digits of the year of the course, and nn is the problem number. Each problem page should have the statement of the problem, an area to discuss strategies and ideas, and then links at the bottom to people's (partial) solution pages. wip We should probably set up a template system to auto-generate problem pages.

I (Nic) have used little graphics to mark what I believe the status of different problems to be; people should feel free to disagree (or suggest updating tags if I get behind).

  • DONE means I think we've seen a really solid solution.
  • wip means we've seen a solution or large part of one, but that more work could or should be done before we call that problem finished.
  • New means that the problem has been recently posted and we haven't yet discussed it in class.
  • ALERT! means that the problem turned out to be harder than I'd thought it would be and we haven't gotten very far on it. Big points for solving these :-).

Sources of problems

Past seminars

Some useful links from the WikiHelp web:

Topic revision: r30 - 05 Apr 2010 - 17:44:46 - JayLapham
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