Lecture 25: Defining a Social Network for Our Purposes

author: Mehran Sahami, Computer Science Department, Stanford University
published: March 2, 2010,   recorded: September 2007,   views: 3090
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So welcome back to another fun filled, exciting day of cs106a. A couple quick announcements before we start. First announcement, there is two handouts. One of those handouts, which we'll spend some time talking about today, is your last assignment for the class, which is assignment No. 7. It's worth noting, we sort of talked about it the very first day of class when we talked about late days. The very first handout says no late days can be used on assignment No. 7. So that’s important to remember. No late days can be used for assignment No. 7 because it's due the last day of the class. ...

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