- Some announcements:
- All the in-class assessments are complete. For each one, there is/was an opportunity to make up one Part B problem to improve your grade. For each there was a grade cutoff for doing the retake written (in-person only for grades below 7 on module 2, below 6 on module 3, below 5 on module 4 and all on module 5). You will find written retake problems for all of these on canvas (the final assessment will be written-retakes-only in the interests of time). If you missed out on one of these opportunities, please contact me and we can re-open an opportunity for you. Please look through your records and your canvas grades and let me know if I’ve made any errors.
- The final day of class there will be an in-class presentation (to which I will be joining virtually).
- That leaves us four lecture days for lattices & coding (sadly not enough). For this reason the final exam will be a larger proportion of comprehensive review than expected.
- I apologize for not getting through material at the rate predicted. The grading adjustments have now been made on the website in red under “Grading” in the top bar.
- Please go through your daily post activities and make sure I have a current version of your daily post self-evaluation sheet (and that you do too!).
- By hand, find a reduced basis and a shortest nonzero vector in the lattice generated by (58,19) and (168,55). (We covered this in Monday’s class; also see section 17.2 in text, and the example in class is written up in the overleaf notes.)