"A paradigm is a set of rules or expected actions used to solve problems.
After time, the paradigm becomes the norm and thus drives the way we act
in certain circumstances,
many times without [our] thinking or justifying
We simply trust the paradigm."
Lectures: MWF 2:30pm, Nichols Hall, room 19
(tamtoft AT ksu DOT edu,
phone: 532-7917), 219C Nichols
Xinming (Simon) Ou
(xou AT ksu DOT edu,
phone: 532-7941), 316B Nichols
Vineet Tadakamalla ( vineet AT ksu DOT edu ), 16 Nichols.
Important: Ou will teach the first quarter
of the course, Amtoft will teach the middle half, and Ou
will finish. Please consult the course web page for assignments and announcements.
Torben Amtoft: Tuesday 1-3pm or by appointment
Simon Ou: Friday 9-11am or by appointment
Vineet Tadakamalla: Thursday 2-4pm