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 | valign="​top"​ |**Additional Reading:​**|| ​ | valign="​top"​ |**Additional Reading:​**|| ​
 __T. Ho and D. S. Lun__, [[http://​books.google.com/​books?​id=rKr9B3vn3a4C|"​Network Coding: An Introduction"​]],​ Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K., April 2008.\\ \\ __T. Ho and D. S. Lun__, [[http://​books.google.com/​books?​id=rKr9B3vn3a4C|"​Network Coding: An Introduction"​]],​ Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K., April 2008.\\ \\
-A monograph on [[http://​iest2.ie.cuhk.edu.hk/​~whyeung/​netcode/monograph.html|"​Network Coding ​Theory"]], by __Raymond Yeung__. Also available online (for free) to UCI via Now Publishers; and [[http://​antpac.lib.uci.edu/​search~S1/​X?​SEARCH=a:​(raymond%20yeung)&​searchscope=1|at the library]]. ​ \\ \\+A monograph on [[http://​iest2.ie.cuhk.edu.hk/​~whyeung/​book2/|"Information Theory and Network Coding"​]],​ by __Raymond Yeung__. Also available online (for free) to UCI via Now Publishers; and [[http://​antpac.lib.uci.edu/​search~S1/​X?​SEARCH=a:​(raymond%20yeung)&​searchscope=1|at the library]]. ​ \\ \\
 Papers will be posted [[http://​odysseas.calit2.uci.edu/​wiki/​doku.php/​public:​teaching-eecs246-w12-schedule|here]] throughout the quarter. Papers will be posted [[http://​odysseas.calit2.uci.edu/​wiki/​doku.php/​public:​teaching-eecs246-w12-schedule|here]] throughout the quarter.
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 | Project ​                ​| ​ 30%          | presentation in class on Thu 3/15, report on Sun 3/18 23:59PST | | Project ​                ​| ​ 30%          | presentation in class on Thu 3/15, report on Sun 3/18 23:59PST |
 | Final Exam              |  40%          | Thursday, Mar 22 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. open books/​notes | | Final Exam              |  40%          | Thursday, Mar 22 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. open books/​notes |
-| Participation in class  | +10%          | optional |+| Participation in class  | +10%          | optional |  
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 //​Quizzes://​ Quizzes will be in class. No late/​rescheduled quizzes will be accepted. If you need to skip one quiz, that is fine: it will be assigned a grade 0. However, the quiz with lowest grade (including those graded 0) will be dropped for every student and will not be considered in the final calculation. ​ //​Quizzes://​ Quizzes will be in class. No late/​rescheduled quizzes will be accepted. If you need to skip one quiz, that is fine: it will be assigned a grade 0. However, the quiz with lowest grade (including those graded 0) will be dropped for every student and will not be considered in the final calculation. ​