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Information nowaday is in text. And this class teaches you to scan the data quickly.
I took this class with her and with Brian Tagiku as TA. She is very nice. Brian Tagiku is very good TA for this class. He is very nice. If you think she is a bad professor, then you has not see all professor yet. I must admit her lecture is slow and boring. That is the truth. Her course book is badly printed. The word on the printed slide is on very small and offers a summary of lecture. The information is delivering during lecture. The only thing I hate is that Brian Tagiku, till the final review, he finally offers vital explain and that is "the difference between nondeterministic and deterministic is that in nondeterministic machine, you have multiple choice or no choice at every stage. In a deterministic machine, you only have 1 choice at every stage." You can say I am slow at understanding.
This class has homework, midterm, quiz, and final. yes, Quiz in discussion.
Sometimes, given a machine, and course book says, it used to parse this grammar or something. If you look at the machine, you might not understand why. You should try to parse a string in the language with the machine, then you understand.
Midterm and Final:
There are example midterm and final in back of the course book. The real one will be in that EXACT format (same type of question, etc...).
She is not that bad. There are worser professors.