CIS 610, Summer 1, 2013
Advanced Geometric Methods in Computer Science
Jean Gallier and Dan Guralnik

Course Information
June 14, 2013

This version (Summer 2013) will be devoted mostly to

Linear Algebra, Manifolds, Riemannian Metrics,
Lie Groups And Lie Algebras
With Applications to Robotics,
Vision, and Machine Learning

** Homework 4 is available (the last one!) **
Read Chapter 1 and parts of Chapter 3 of Notes on Differential Geometry and Lie Groups
(remark, text)

Coordinates:

Towne 303, Mon-Wed-Fri, 2:00-4:00pm

Instructors:

Jean H. Gallier, GRW 476, 8-4405, jean@cis.upenn.edu and
Dan Guralnik, GRW ?, guraldan@seas.upenn.edu

Office Hours:

Dan: Tu 1-3pm, Wed, 5-6pm
Jean Mon 5-6pm, Th 2-4pm

Textbook:

There will be no official textbook(s). We will use material from several sources and some class notes, including

Latex Tutorial (Especially Section 11):

html


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A Word of Advice :

Expect to be held to high standards, and conversely! In addition to transparencies, we will distribute lecture notes. Please, read the course notes regularly, and start working early on the problems sets. They will be hard! Take pride in your work. Be clear, rigorous, neat, and concise. Preferably, use a good text processor, such as LATEX, to write up your solutions.

It is forbidden to use solutions of problems posted on the internet. If you use resources other than the textbook (or the recommended textbooks) or the class notes, you must cite these references.

Plagiarism Policy

I assume that you are all responsible adults.
Copying old solutions verbatim or blatantly isomorphic solutions are easily detectable.
DO NOT copy solutions from old solution sheets, from books, from solutions posted on the internet, or from friend!
Either credit will be split among the perpetrators, or worse!

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