Data Structures and Algorithms
Getting these notes

Most of the time (when some automatic quota management software isn't hassling me ;-) ), you can get a tar'd gzip'd file of all the notes and animations from the department's ftp server:

ftp eeserver.ee.uwa.edu.au
anonymous
(email address)
cd users/morris/PLDS
bi
get PLDS210.tar.gz

If you place these notes on a public (or semi-public) server anywhere, then please leave the attributions to all the authors in the front page. I'd appreciate it if you'd also let me know where they've been placed - it's nice to know that your work is getting lots of exposure ;-).

Animations

The animations alone (including the Java source code used to generate them) are available from the same location:

ftp eeserver.ee.uwa.edu.au
anonymous
(email address)
cd users/morris/PLDS
bi
get anim.tar.gz

Problems?

The most common one seems to be omitting the bi command, which ensures that you fetch the compressed file in binary mode. If your decompression program (most will work: gunzip on Linux and WinZip under Windows are known to be fine) complains about a corrupted file, I suggest fetching it again, making doubly sure that the transfer is taking palce in binary mode.

If you have problems accessing the files, email me and I will try to restore it .. at least for a few days!

John Morris

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