29 February 00: NOTE revisions to the Walsh Transform Question in The REVISED Midterm Exam for 2000, which is now installed into these notes.
I gave you an 8 digit Walsh problem to work but only a 4 x 4 Walsh matrix. In digging around I find that I don't have the 8x8 handy and don't feel like solving 64 simultaneous equations to get it. So I've just simplified the problem on the exam.
Lab 1 & 2 - The beginnings of an E-Commerce Application
Lecture 1 - Introduction to the Course (Wu
Lecture 2 - Beginnings of CGI Scripting (Castro Chapters 1,2,3)
Lecture 3 - Basic Signal Theory; Media Computers; Audio and Graphical Still Images (Wu Chapter 2, Part 1)
Lecture 4 - A working CGI script (Castro Chapters 4-10)
Lecture 5 - Video, Signal Encoding and Perl
File I/O (Wu Chapter 2, Part 2)
Lecture 6 - String Pattern Matching (Castro Chapter 11) and the CGI.pm Library
Lecture 7 - JPEG. Wu Chapter 3, part 1.
Lecture 8 - The Master Form technique for CGI; Animation preliminaries
Lecture 9 - MPEG, GIF and other Wu Chapter
3, part 2 stuff
Lecture 10 - Cookies and Graphics via Postscript
Lecture 11 - OSI Model, TCP/IP, Local Area Networks. Wu Chapter 4.
Lecture 12 - Distributed Interactive Simulation and Multicasting.
Lecture 13 - Next Generation LAN: ATM,
Mostly. Wu, Chapter 5
Lecture 14 - Three Dimensional Computer Graphics
Midterm Exam for 2000
Lecture 15 - Wide Area Networks. Wu, Chapter
Lecture 16 - VRML and Fahrenheit
Lecture 17 - Internet Technology, Wu Chapter 7
Lecture 18 - Microsoft's DirectX and Direct3D; Internet Version 6 Protocol
Lecture 19 - XML and other HTML Extensions
Lecture 20 - AlphaWorld, a large shared virtual world
Lecture 21 - Cable TV and xDSL - Wu Chapter 8
Lecture 22 - Basic Principles of Cryptography
Lecture 23 - Internet Security
Lecture 24 - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Lecture 25 - Multimedia and Networks - Wu Chapter 9; Information Appliances
Lecture 26 - Image Compositing and Post-Production.
Lecture 27 - What's It All For?
Lecture 28 - Digital Music