Lecture 14: Memory

author: Mehran Sahami, Computer Science Department, Stanford University
published: March 2, 2010,   recorded: September 2007,   views: 3904
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The other two handouts are the practice midterm and practice midterm solutions. So those will also be here at the end of class. That will give you a whole bunch of details about the midterm and what the midterm actually covers, but it will also give you examples of real exam problems that have been given in the past. So you can work on them. Do it in the time, you know, time sort of setting so you can see what you’re slow on and what you’re fast on. But it’s kind of in flavor, very similar, to what the real exam’s gonna be in terms of what it covers, the kind of complexity of the problems, et cetera. So you can get that after class. ...

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