MATH360 Mathematics of Information Security, Fall 2009
Objectives
General Information
 Call Number 65292

Instructor: Anton Betten, room 207, Weber building.
Email lastname at math dot colostate dot edu

Course website: http://www.math.colostate.edu/ betten/courses/MATH360/FA09/360_syllabus.html http://www.math.colostate.edu/~betten/courses/MATH360/FA09/360_syllabus.html

Credits: 3

Class: M W F 11  11:50 pm, ENGRG E 203

Prerequisites: none

Text: Introduction to Cryptography with Coding Theory,
Second Edition, Wade Trappe, Lawrence Washington, Pearson Prentice Hall, ISBN 0131862391

Homework: Assigned weekly, due Wednesdays. No hw assigned in the weeks after
midterms and in the very first week (so, we expect to have 10 hw assignments).

Midterms: 9/18, 10/16, 11/13 (all Fridays)

Projects: You are expected to do a miniproject. This could be
either a programming project or a theoretical project with writeup.
Topics will be handed out during the period of the course, relate to
the material covered. Topics on other, related material are welcome,
but need 4to be discussed with the teacher beforehand.

Final Exam: As scheduled by the registrar's office.

Office hours:
Monday 1pm, Friday 1pm
Syllabus:
TBA
Grading:
Your final grade will be determined from a score of 600.
Note that the hw points are capped at 70 (there will be 10 hw assignments
each worth 10 points).
Homework  70 
Midterm 1  100 
Midterm 2  100 
Midterm 3  100 
Project  30 
Final  200 

Total  600 
Practice Exams
Midterm 1 Practice Sheet
Midterm 2 Practice Sheet
Midterm 3 Practice Sheet
Homework
Homework assignment #1
Homework assignment #2
Homework assignment #3
Homework assignment #4
Homework assignment #5
Final Practice
Final Practice Sheet
Solutions for the Final Practice Sheet
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