EE482B Advanced Computer Organization:
Interconnection Networks - Spring 2002-3
Lecture Scribing Policy
- Scribes should be in LaTeX or
ASCII. Lecture notes should be typeset with LaTeX, using the following
Start with this file, and add your notes to it.
handout.cls - A support file needed
- If you are not familiar with
LaTeX, a good source of information are the Web pages of the TeX Users Group .
- Machine drawings are
preferred. The most common way to include drawings in your text is to
produce Encapsulated Postscript (EPS) files using a drawing program. The
programs available include:
xfig (or idraw) on most UNIX systems,
showcase on SGI systems, MacDraw
on most Macs, Adobe Illustrator on Mac's and PC's (including the Mac
in the graphics lab).
- EPS files are included in
LaTeX documents using epsfig package included in most LaTeX distributions.
- The scribed lecture notes
should be placed in the ~/public directory of your leland account within
4 days of the lecture. Please send an email to the TA so she can
review and comment on the notes.
- The final version of the
lecture notes will be handed out exactly 1 week after the scribed lecture.
They will also be electronically available through the web at that time.
Samples from another class
List of scribers
- A. Das
- D. Chandra, A. Srirastava
- S. Murali
- J. Jiang, W. Wang, Y.Q. Zhu
- J. Gamsley, B. Schumitsch
- T-H. Yen, D. Succon
- D. Agrawal, S. Nazey
- M. Shek, I. Park
- J. Starman, V. Vijayaryhavan
- J. Chang, A. Firoozshahian
- E. Staroswiecki, E. Chmelar
- R. Kumar, Y. Oh
- C. Manovit, I. Katsnelson
Thanks to CS448 for the scribing resources and John Owens for pointing to