Lecture 2 (+ last part of lecture 1)
Lecture 3 (for definitions of phi and epsilon, see lecture 2)
Group 1 Meifang
Group 2 Mohamad, Medhat and Gouveia Vieira, JoÃo
Group 3 Liping, Wang and Abigaba, John Paul
Group 4 Pan, Jiao and Mendonca Costa, Javier
Group 5 Davani, Simon and Said, Malda
Group 6 Hulyalkar, Rohan and Panigrahi, Smruti
Group 7 Jiang Chunguang and Tsiaras, Apostolos
Group 8 Al-ali, Hayder and Chamanzadeh, Farnaz
Group 9 Madhugiri, Govardhan
Group 10 Nasir, Muhammad Umar and Al-majmaie, Shireen
Group 11 Sarajlic, Muris
Group 12 Chowdhury Monhammad Arifur Reza
If you work with C++, try to make extensive use of the IT++ library.
The main page of IT++ is: http://itpp.sourceforge.net/
Some tutorial examples of IT++ can be found at: http://itpp.sourceforge.net/current/tutorial.html
For you how know Matlab well but are not as experienced in C++, there is a Matlab-to-C++ syntax conversion table at: http://itpp.sourceforge.net/current/matlab_itpp.html
A full documentation of all IT++ classes can be found at :http://itpp.sourceforge.net/current/index.html
For you how want to install IT++ at a windows/Intel computer, there is a step-by-step guide at: http://herve.boeglen.free.fr/itpp_windows/chap1/chap1.htm
Here is a small set of functions to simplify the interface with Matlab:
Read the INSTRUCTIONS.txt file to learn how to use it.
Here is a simple programming routine:
The aim of this document is to provide a simple routine for programming in it++ / c++. Please refer to the manuscript and assignment manual for technical details. Note that the routine is NOT complete code such that one should DO MUCH MORE in order to complete the programming. There are several different ways to implement the same system and you are of course free to choose to program in other ways that are more suitable to you. You do NOT need to follow every step in this routine, and the routine is NOT complete.