DPS923 & MAP523

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DPS923 and MAP523 course outline addendum

The official DPS923 course outline is avalable at this School of ICT web site link.

The official MAP523 course outline is avalable at this School of ICT web site link.

The information below is the course outline addendum for the course.


For the Fall 2018 term, Professor Peter McIntyre teaches the DPS923 and MAP523 course.

Info Details
Email peter.mcintyre -at-
Office DB2081 in the School of ICT office area
(Dahdaleh building, south end, second floor)
Phone, address Available at this link
Timetable Available at this link
(and shown below)

Planned schedule of topics, tests, and assignments

The planned scheule of topics, tests, and assignments is available on the Weekly schedule page.

Other information

Please ensure that you are familiar with these course policies and standards.

Get help with course work

I am obviously available during our course time slots on Monday and Wednesday.

During the Monday class, I will have limited free time.

During the Wednesday class, I will have substantial free time. Wednesdays will be the best day to get one-on-one help from me.

I plan to have drop-in help time on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30pm to 3:15pm, in my office (DB2081).

While I will be somewhat available by email at other times, I will prefer to be available for help during the days and times discussed above. I will not commit to being available 24×7.

This may become important to you if you are facing a deadline for the assignment submission, and you discover that you want my help on a day on which I am not available. I will almost certainly not be available. Therefore, you will be on your own, but you still must practice academic honesty. If you anticipate that this practice will be a problem for you, then set your own personal assignment due date deadline to better match my availability.

Professor timetable

Here’s an image of Prof. McIntyre’s timetable, as published in September 2018: