18.404/6.840 Fall 2013
Introduction to the Theory of Computation
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Homework is due in E17-131 on Thursdays by 11:00am sharp, unless otherwise
Late homework will be accepted in E17-131 the following day until 1:00pm,
but will get a 1 point per problem late penalty.
Lectures are held in room E25-111 on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 11:00 to 12:30.
Office hours: Mondays 4:00-6:00
Office: E17-320, Phone: 253-4992, sipser-at-mit.edu
- TA: Aldo Pacchiano
Office 24-321, Office Hours Tuesdays 5-7, pacchian-at-mit.edu
- TA: Zack Remscrim
Office 32-G598, Office Hours Tuesdays 3-5, remscrim-at-mit.edu
- TA: Gaurav Singh
Office 24-322, Office Hours Wednesdays 4:30-6:30, gauravjs-at-mit.edu
The one-hour recitations meet Fridays at the following times and places:
- 11:00am, E17-136, Zack
- 12:00pm, E17-136, Gaurav
- 1:00pm, E17-139, Aldo
Midterm exam: Thursday, October 24, 11:00–12:30,
top floor in Walker.
If you are dealing with a personal or medical issue that may affect your
participation in any MIT class, please discuss it with Student Support
Services (S3) in 5-104 at 617-253-4861. They also have walk-in
hours M-F 9am-10am. We cannot excuse you from coursework without
verification from S3.
Final exam: Monday, December 16, 1:30–4:30, Johnson Track.
If you may require disability accommodations, please speak early
in the semester with Associate Dean Kathleen Monagle in 5-104 at
617-253-1674 and then let me know so that we can work together
to get your accommodation logistics in place.