There is a homepage for the textbook, including the simulator.

A list of errata for the textbook can be found here.

There is now a corrected index.

The textbook will be supplemented with notes.

- Note 1 (also in PDF).
- Note 2 (also in PDF).
- Note 3 (also in PDF).
- Note 4 (also in PDF).
- Note 5 (also in PDF).
- Note 6 (also in PDF).
- Note 7 (also in PDF).
- Note 8 (also in PDF).
- Note 9 (also in PDF).
- Note 10 (also in PDF).
- Note 11 (also in PDF).
- Note 12 (also in PDF).
- Note 13 (also in PDF).

- Your programming course's home page.
- Descriptions of NISLab courses are here.
- Simulator from Chapter 2 of the textbook.
- Link
to David Eck's sorting simulator from his collection (at Hobart and
William Smith Colleges) of
applets to use with his textbook
*The Most Complex Machine*. - Link to a sorting simulator from the Applet Demonstration Site for CS1501 at the University of Pittsburgh.
- For an introduction to cryptography, you can read How PGP works. Explanation for PGP, from PGP's homepage.
- Notes written by Jacob Allerelli in Danish on modular arithmetic. Also in PDF.
- Turing machine simulator, written by a former student in DM501, Morten Skyt Eriksen.

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