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'''Material used in help session is available now'''

Yu-Chi have set up the link to the material used in help session. If you go to '''Project 1''' web page, you can find the links at the bottom of the page.
>><<

>>announce<<
%announcehead%[-September 27,2006-]\\
'''Grade for PA0 and WA1'''

Yu-Chi have sent out an e-mail regarded to your grade in PA0 and WA1. You can also see the grade in '''grade''' directory in your own handin directory.
>><<

>>announce<<
%announcehead%[-September 22,2006-]\\
'''Project 1 Help Session'''

Mohamed and Yu-Chi will hold the Project1 Help Session at 6:00PM ,09/27(Wed) in CS1221.
>><<

>>announce<<
%announcehead%[-September 21,2006-]\\
'''New Announcement System'''

We have a new way to make announcements. You shouldn't notice too much of a difference, but its much easier for us.
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[[Proj1 | Project 1]] has been announced. [[Programming Assignment 2 -> Assignments.P2]] will give you a running head start on it.
>><<

>>diaryhead<<
!!!!18 September 2006
>>diaryitem<<
'''Turning in Program 1:''' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the "a1" (for assignment 1) directory, not "p1" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
>><<

>>diaryhead<<
!!!!17 September 2006
>>diaryitem<<
'''B240 Lab Hours:'''\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours ''should'' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\
The lab ''should'' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn't do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab.
>><<

>>diaryhead<<
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>>diaryitem<<
In class, I suggested that an animated demonstration is the best way to learn about '''convolutions'''. Here are a few to check out:
* The [[Brown Exploratories -> ]] project has tons of cool interactive demos for graphics and math. (hint - use the "run with Browser Java" option) Over the course of the semester, you'll probably want to look at a lot of these. The [[Signal Processing->http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/catalogs/signal_processing.html]] section has:
** [[Convolution -> http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/repository/edu/brown/cs/exploratories/applets/convolution/convolution_java_browser.html]]
** [[Discrete Convolution -> http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/repository/edu/brown/cs/exploratories/applets/discreteConvolution/discrete_convolution_java_browser.html]]
** [[Sampling Theorem / Nyquist Rate -> http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/repository/edu/brown/cs/exploratories/applets/nyquist/nyquist_limit_java_browser.html]]
** and many others
  I ''highly'' recommend you take a look at these - they will help your understanding a lot.
* [[Mississippi State -> http://www.cavs.msstate.edu/hse/ies/projects/speech/software/demonstrations/applets/util/convolution/current/index.html]]
>><<

>>diaryhead<<
!!!!10 September 2006
>>diaryitem<<
This is a first test of an annoucement.

Some things on the web site:
* the first lecture notes are posted (generally, posting the notes won't warrant an announcement)
* some of assignment/project dates have been changed
>><<

Since there's little news so far, here is the basic course info (which is identical to the basic course information page)

(:include BasicInfo :)
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This is the Old CS559 Home page - if you see this page, something has gone wrong.

The real home page should be: [[here -> Main.Main]]
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'''Grade for PA0 and WA1'''

Yu-Chi have sent out an e-mail regarded to your grade in PA0 and WA1. You can also see the grade in '''grade''' directory in your own handin directory.
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'''Materail used in help session is available now'''

Yu-Chi have set up the link to the material used in help session. If you go to '''Project 1''' web page, you can find the links at the bottom of the page. 
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'''Grade for PA0 and WA1'''

Yu-Chi have sent out an e-mail regarded to your grade in PA0 and WA1. You can also see the grade in '''grade''' directory in your own handin directory.
>><<

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'''Grade for PA0 and WA1'''

Yu-Chi have sent out an e-mail regarded to your grade in PA0 and WA1. You can also see the grade in '''grade''' directory in your own handin directory.
>><<

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We have a new way to make announcements. You shouldn\'t notice too much of a difference, but its much easier for us.
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We have a new way to make announcements. You shouldn't notice too much of a difference, but its much easier for us.
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\'\'\'Turning in Program 1:\'\'\' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the "a1" (for assignment 1) directory, not "p1" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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'''Turning in Program 1:''' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the "a1" (for assignment 1) directory, not "p1" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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\'\'\'B240 Lab Hours:\'\'\'\\\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours \'\'should\'\' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\\\
The lab \'\'should\'\' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn\'t do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab.
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'''B240 Lab Hours:'''\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours ''should'' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\
The lab ''should'' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn't do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab.
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In class, I suggested that an animated demonstration is the best way to learn about \'\'\'convolutions\'\'\'. Here are a few to check out:
* The [[Brown Exploratories -> ]] project has tons of cool interactive demos for graphics and math. (hint - use the "run with Browser Java" option) Over the course of the semester, you\'ll probably want to look at a lot of these. The [[Signal Processing->http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/catalogs/signal_processing.html]] section has:
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In class, I suggested that an animated demonstration is the best way to learn about '''convolutions'''. Here are a few to check out:
* The [[Brown Exploratories -> ]] project has tons of cool interactive demos for graphics and math. (hint - use the "run with Browser Java" option) Over the course of the semester, you'll probably want to look at a lot of these. The [[Signal Processing->http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/catalogs/signal_processing.html]] section has:
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  I \'\'highly\'\' recommend you take a look at these - they will help your understanding a lot.
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  I ''highly'' recommend you take a look at these - they will help your understanding a lot.
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* the first lecture notes are posted (generally, posting the notes won\'t warrant an announcement)
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* the first lecture notes are posted (generally, posting the notes won't warrant an announcement)
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\'\'\'Turning in Program 1:\'\'\' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the \"a1\" (for assignment 1) directory, not \"p1\" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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\'\'\'Turning in Program 1:\'\'\' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the "a1" (for assignment 1) directory, not "p1" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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* The [[Brown Exploratories -> ]] project has tons of cool interactive demos for graphics and math. (hint - use the \"run with Browser Java\" option) Over the course of the semester, you\'ll probably want to look at a lot of these. The [[Signal Processing->http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/catalogs/signal_processing.html]] section has:
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* The [[Brown Exploratories -> ]] project has tons of cool interactive demos for graphics and math. (hint - use the "run with Browser Java" option) Over the course of the semester, you\'ll probably want to look at a lot of these. The [[Signal Processing->http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/catalogs/signal_processing.html]] section has:
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\'\'\'Project 1 Help Session\'\'\'

Moham and Yu-Chi will hold the Project1 Help Session at 6:00PM ,09/27(Wed) in CS1221.
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Mohamed and Yu-Chi will hold the Project1 Help Session at 6:00PM ,09/27(Wed) in CS1221.
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'''New Announcement System'''

We have a new way to make announcements. You shouldn't notice too much of a difference, but its much easier for us.
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'\'\'Project 1 Help Session\'\'\'

Moham and Yu-Chi will hold the Project1 Help Session at 6:00PM ,09/27(Wed) in CS1221.
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>>announce<<
%announcehead%[-September 21,2006-]\\\\
\'\'\'New Announcement System\'\'\'

We have a new way to make announcements. You shouldn\'t notice too much of a difference, but its much easier for us.
>><<

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'''Turning in Program 1:''' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the "a1" (for assignment 1) directory, not "p1" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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\'\'\'Turning in Program 1:\'\'\' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the \"a1\" (for assignment 1) directory, not \"p1\" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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'''B240 Lab Hours:'''\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours ''should'' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\
The lab ''should'' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn't do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab.
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\'\'\'B240 Lab Hours:\'\'\'\\\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours \'\'should\'\' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\\\
The lab \'\'should\'\' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn\'t do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab.
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In class, I suggested that an animated demonstration is the best way to learn about '''convolutions'''. Here are a few to check out:
* The [[Brown Exploratories -> ]] project has tons of cool interactive demos for graphics and math. (hint - use the "run with Browser Java" option) Over the course of the semester, you'll probably want to look at a lot of these. The [[Signal Processing->http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/catalogs/signal_processing.html]] section has:
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In class, I suggested that an animated demonstration is the best way to learn about \'\'\'convolutions\'\'\'. Here are a few to check out:
* The [[Brown Exploratories -> ]] project has tons of cool interactive demos for graphics and math. (hint - use the \"run with Browser Java\" option) Over the course of the semester, you\'ll probably want to look at a lot of these. The [[Signal Processing->http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/catalogs/signal_processing.html]] section has:
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  I ''highly'' recommend you take a look at these - they will help your understanding a lot.
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  I \'\'highly\'\' recommend you take a look at these - they will help your understanding a lot.
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* the first lecture notes are posted (generally, posting the notes won't warrant an announcement)
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* the first lecture notes are posted (generally, posting the notes won\'t warrant an announcement)
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Since there's little news so far, here is the basic course info (which is identical to the basic course information page)
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Since there\'s little news so far, here is the basic course info (which is identical to the basic course information page)
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%announcehead%[-September 21,2006-]\\
'''New Announcement System'''

We have a new way to make announcements. You shouldn't notice too much of a difference, but its much easier for us.
>><<

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[[Proj1 | Project 1]] has been announced. Programming Assignment 2 will give you a running head start on it.
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[[Proj1 | Project 1]] has been announced. [[Programming Assignment 2 -> Assignments.P2]] will give you a running head start on it.
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'''Turning in Program 1:''' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the "a1" (for assignment 1) directory, not "p1" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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[[Proj1 | Project 1]] has been announced. Programming Assignment 2 will give you a running head start on it.
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!!!!18 September 2006
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'''B240 Lab Hours:'''\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours ''should'' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\
The lab ''should'' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn't do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab
.
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'''Turning in Program 1:''' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the "a1" (for assignment 1) directory, not "p1" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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'''B240 Lab Hours:'''\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours ''should'' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\
The lab ''should'' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn't do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab.
>><<

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'''B240 Lab Hours:'''\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours ''should'' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\
The lab ''should'' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn't do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab
.
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'''Turning in Program 1:''' it might be a little ambiguous, but you turn in program 1 into the "a1" (for assignment 1) directory, not "p1" (which is for project 1). The [[Policies -> Policies#toc7]] page explains this.
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'''B240 Lab Hours:'''\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours ''should'' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\
The lab ''should'' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn't do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab.
>><<

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'''B240 Lab Hours:'''\\
The B240 (STORM) Lab hours ''should'' be 7am-1am, 7 days a week, except for university holidays.\\
The lab ''should'' be opened at 7am by the cleaning staff or campus security. In the even they didn't do their job, you can go to the CSL (2350 CS) if its during business hours, call campus security, or use the 302 Windows lab.
>><<

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In class, I suggested that an animated demonstration is the best way to learn about '''convolutions'''. Here are a few to check out:
* The [[Brown Exploratories -> ]] project has tons of cool interactive demos for graphics and math. (hint - use the "run with Browser Java" option) Over the course of the semester, you'll probably want to look at a lot of these. The [[Signal Processing->http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/catalogs/signal_processing.html]] section has:
** [[Convolution -> http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/repository/edu/brown/cs/exploratories/applets/convolution/convolution_java_browser.html]]
** [[Discrete Convolution -> http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/repository/edu/brown/cs/exploratories/applets/discreteConvolution/discrete_convolution_java_browser.html]]
** [[Sampling Theorem / Nyquist Rate -> http://www.cs.brown.edu/exploratories/freeSoftware/repository/edu/brown/cs/exploratories/applets/nyquist/nyquist_limit_java_browser.html]]
** and many others
  I ''highly'' recommend you take a look at these - they will help your understanding a lot.
* [[Mississippi State -> http://www.cavs.msstate.edu/hse/ies/projects/speech/software/demonstrations/applets/util/convolution/current/index.html]]
>><<

>>diaryhead<<
!!!!10 September 2006
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Since there's no news yet, here is the basic course info (which is identical to the basic course information page)
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>>diaryhead<<
!!!!10 September 2006
>>diaryitem<<
This is a first test of an annoucement.

Some things on the web site:
* the first lecture notes are posted (generally, posting the notes won't warrant an announcement)
* some of assignment/project dates have been changed
>><<

Since there's little news so far
, here is the basic course info (which is identical to the basic course information page)
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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki
's
documentation has been installed along with the software,
and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]]. 

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki.  You can practice editing in the [[wiki sandbox]].

More information about PmWiki is available from http
://www.pmwiki.org .
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This is the CS559 News/Home page.

Since there
's no news yet, here is the basic course info (which is identical to the basic course information page)

(:include BasicInfo
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