Mathematics for Information Processing 2000
- 13/12/00 Revision Class: as announced in lectures, there will be a
revision class at the start of next term, just before I depart for
It will be at 10.15am on Friday 5th January (2001) in CS/103. I will
answer any questions about past papers, queries on the notes etc etc. I
will not be giving any hints on what may or may not be in the
- 13/12/00 Past exam papers: you are reminded that past exam
papers can be found
which is linked from the module web page. I will not make
available model answers to these past papers, but I will undertake to
mark any solutions which are given to me. There are various ways you can
give your solutions to me:
If you want me to return the marked versions to you in any way other
than via your Departmental pigeonhole, please make that clear. Also, note that
the Department is closed from midday on December 22nd until the morning
of Jan 2nd. I will not be reading my email during that period.
- in my pigeonhole, in the Department
- by fax, to 01904 432767, clearly marked for my attention
- by email, to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Be careful
to make clear how you are representing the maths symbols, if necessary
- by ordinary post, to me at the Department, though this will be
subject to Christmas post delays.
- 17/11/00 Another Mock exam: the second mock exam will take place in the
opening 30 minutes of next Thursday's class (23/11/00). The topic covered will be
Relations and Functions. Once again, please remember to bring with
you your Examination notes as they may be useful....
- 7/11/00 Mock exam: the first mock exam will take place in the
opening 30 minutes of Thursday's class (9/11/00). The topic covered will be
sets. Please remember to bring with you your Examination
notes, ie the rules about sets, as they may be useful.... The remaining
mock exams are likely to be in weeks 7 (relations and functions) and 9
- 24/10/00 Surgery hours: new times announced: Tuesday 12.15 for IP
students, Tuesday 4.15 for ITBML students. Attendance very optional:
bring along any particular problems (with the course) you may have.
All of the resource files (notes, past exams etc) are available from
you should find them easier to print from there.
Lectures: Tuesday 09.15 (P/L001), Thursday 1.15 (B/B006)
Problem class: Thursday 4.15-6.15, L036.
Surgery hour: (IP students) Tuesday 12.15-1.15, CS/120G
(ITBML students) Tuesday 4.15-5.15, CS/120G
Department of Computer Science,
University of York,