University of Virginia Computer Science
CS216: Program and Data Representation, Spring 2006

30 January 2006

CS216 Notes 4 (30 January 2006)

Assignments Due


Section Reminder: Section meetings are Monday, 7-8:45pm in Thorton D223; Tuesday, 3:30-5:15 in D221; and Tuesday, 7:30-9:15pm in D223. Everyone must be in one of the sections and should attend section today or tomorrow.

Wednesday's Class: Instead of CS216 Wednesday, students should go to Ron Rivest's talk at 10:30am in Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room (see attached flyer).

Thursday: Everyone should attend Portman Wills' talk Thursday at 3:30 in MEC 205

Saving the World with a Computer Science Degree
There are hundreds of organizations using technology to fight poverty, disease, and inequality. They all need the help of talented computer scientists. Portman Wills, a 2002 alum, will share stories from projects in South America, Africa, and Asia and will then present five case studies.

Portman Wills studied mathematics, economics, and computer science at the University of Virginia. After graduating from U.Va. in 2002, Portman Wills ditched a career at Microsoft to volunteer with a World Bank project in Uganda. Since then, he has become obsessed with using technology to combat the world's social problems. He has lived and worked in South America, Africa, and Asia.




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What is the maximum number of nodes in a binary tree of height h?

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