|Instructor:|| Prof. Hoon Hong
SAS 3274, email@example.com
Office hour: Mon 9:00-10:00 AM, Wed 1:30-2:30 PM, Fri 11:00-12:00 noon zoom link
|Objectives:||Learn fundamental and advanced mathematical theories and algorithms for tackling important and challenging problems in algebraic geometry and applications.|
|GEP:||Does not fulfill a General Education Program (GEP) category/co-reqisite|
|Textbook :||No textbook will be required/used. The lectures will be self-contained|
|References :||We will be covering some of the materials from the following books. They are not required, since the lecture will be self-contained. They are listed here in case you want to study some related topics on your own. Most of them are freely available electronically from the library or web sites.
|Software :||Maple and/or Mathematica, (possibly free systems: Macaulay, Singular, Cocoa)
|Grading:|| The letter grade will be determined from the total numeric grade as follows:
The total numeric grade will be the sum of several numeric grades as follows:
|Quizzes:|| The quizzes will be on materials covered during previous one or two lectures.
They will be either in-class or at-home, depending on the nature of the problems.
In order to prepare for the quizzes, study/master each lecture material before you come to the next lecture.
The projects will be on several fundamental theory/algorithms.
For each project, you need to submit
1. paper (written in LaTeX)
2. program (written in specified programming language)
Eac project will be graded for
* logical correctness
* psychological correctness (readability)
No late submission will be permitted.
Wisdom (for peace and joy)
* work on the project everyday, making a small progress every day.
* begin to work on each project as soon as it is assigned.
If you have an official excuse, then send it to the instructor and ask the instructor to remove the absence mark from the record.
Guide for Moodle
Student Health Services
|University Regulations:||We are required to adhere to
University Policy and Regulations.
You are strongly recommended to read the regulations to learn about your rights and duties. In particular,
Absences and Missed works
Code of Student Conduct