Generate your own (not recommended for national secrets)

Discussion

Class 28: Slides [PPTX], Notes [PDF]

Generate your own (not recommended for national secrets)

Discussion

Generate your own (not recommended for national secrets)

Discussion

Class 26: Slides [PPTX], Notes [PDF]

As mentioned in class today, students who take the “Plan J” version of the final two assignments in cs1120, will satisfy the prerequisite for cs2110 and will be well prepared to take cs2110 in the Spring. Students interested in pursuing the BACS major are strongly encouraged to do this. If you want advice on Spring computing classes, feel free to stop by my office or email.

The estimate of the size of the Library of Congress is from this blog post: *How Big is the Library of Congress?*

Here are the slides for Class 25: [PPTX]

We will finish the definition of `mlist-reverse!` on Monday, but see if you can figure out how to do this yourself.

If you are interested in learning more about Karsten Nohl’s work on reverse-engineering crypto circuits, there are some videos of his talks here: *http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~kn5f/*. You might also want to read this New York Times article or if you are really ambitious, this technical paper.

Class 24: Slides [PPTX], Notes [PDF], Code [RKT]

Here is the page with instructions on using ElevenLearning: *http://www.cs.virginia.edu/cs1120/on-line-version-of-course-book*. Please post your comments/suggestions on it there.

If you have comments/solutions/questions on the book exercises, you can post them directly as comments to this post.

Class 23 (guest lecture by Westley Weimer): Slides [PDF]

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