There will be bi-weekly homework assignments. Homeworks will mostly consist of written problems but may also contain some programming projects. Graduate students will receive a different set of more advanced homework problems and they will be required to read and present a recent research paper on Computational Geometry.
Please visit the resources page for links to demos and other relevant resources. A good introduction to some computational geometry problems can be found here.
CMPS 1600 and familiarity with linear algebra and discrete mathematics,
or consent of instructor. Prior enrollment in CMPS 2200 is encouraged but not required.
Please feel free to contact the instructor at cwenk -at- tulane -dot- edu
if you have questions.
Time & Place:
Tuesdays, Thursdays 2pm - 3:15pm, ST 302
Computational Geometry: Algorithms and Applications, (3rd Edition), M. deBerg, M. vanKreveld, M. Overmars, O. Schwarzkopf, Springer-Verlag, 2008, IABN 9783540779735