2020-06-17: The final exam scope will be those we have introduced in the whole semester, from the beginning to netipc (before page 28 of the slide).
2020-06-15: The final exam will be held on June 22 from 9:30am to 12:30pm at PC room EC315, EC316, and EC324. Please come to the classroom at 9am. We will have a short period for you to test your working environment. The access token to the exam systems will also be delivered at that time.
2020-06-10: Slide list updated.
2020-06-01: Based on the feedback from the students, we have reduced the difficulty of the `traceme` (problem #1) of homework #4.
2020-05-27: Our homework #4 (ptrace part) is announed today and is online onw. The deadline for homework #4 is Jun 17.
2020-05-21: Our homework #3 (assembly part) is to complete all the assembly in-class practices in two weeks. The deadline for homework #3 is Jun 3. Please complete as many challenges as possible, and submit your codes in a single tar.gz archive to E3 before the deadline.
2020-05-11: Slide list updated.
2020-04-27: Scores for HW1 and midterm are available at here. Contact the instructor and the TAs if you have any questions regarding your score.
2020-04-27: No class on this Wed.
2020-04-23: slide list updated.
2020-04-20: The midterm will be held on April 27 from 10am to 1pm at PC room EC315, EC316, and EC324. Please come to the classroom at 9:30. We will have a short period for you to test your working environment. The access token to the exam systems will also be delivered at that time. Here are the two sample problems we introduced in today's course. You can practice the two problems before the midterm.
The purpose of midterm is not only to evaluate your understanding about this course materials, but also to encourage you to learn from the design of these problems. Don't feel upset if you don't get good grades in the exam. We hope you will like the problems we prepared.
2020-04-20: Homework #2 is announced here. We have a longer period for this homework (about 3 weeks) due to the overlapping with midterm week.
2020-04-07: slide list updated.
2020-04-02: According to the university schedule, we will not have classes on next Monday (Apr 6).
2020-03-27: Our last online course testing seems successful. Therefore, we will temporarily move to online until the spread of virus is controlled. Please regularly check the announcement in the New E3 system to get the course links.
2020-03-24: [EMERGENCY] The course will have a trial test on zoom tomorrow morning. We will post the course link tomorrow on the New E3 system. Before that, please install the zoom client or app in your preferred device to join the course.