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Recommended Reading

Fairly detailed lecture and tutorial notes  will be provided electronically (this document). These may not always be readable or complete though, as I am working on the course as it develops, and since I don't always have the time to polish every sentence1.1, or explain every detail in writing (but I'll try my best).

You will find the notes at:

The latter is the AFS address. There is also a pointer at
http://www.cs.indiana.edu/dept/acad/courses.html
about 3/4 down the page, which will send you directly to the lecture notes.

You will find the latest PostScript version of the notes in my AFS home subdirectory

/afs/ovpit.indiana.edu/home/gustav/P573
and at
http://beige.ucs.indiana.edu/gustav/P573.ps.gz
You will need to have valid AFS credentials in order to obtain access to the AFS course development directory though. The notes may well grow to a considerable size by the time the course is finished. Use GNU ghostview to view the document and select pages for printing.

The lecture slides can be found in my AFS home directory too, as well as at

http://beige.ucs.indiana.edu/gustav/P573-slides.ps.gz

The following  is the list of books and other publications that I have based this course on, so you can always go there and study any topic in more detail.


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Zdzislaw Meglicki
2001-02-26