Course Number: 121 Credits: 4 Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3. Professor/Coordinator: Andy O’Fallon. Course materials: Textbook(s) (title, author, year): J.R. Koffman, Problem Solving & Program Design in C (7th ed. Elective – 2 (Extra disciplinary). Zeros of the Laguerre Polynomials Ln(x) (or roots of the equation Ln(x). Text Book : Programming in C by Pradip Dey, Manas Ghosh 2nd edition Oxford University Press. Problem Solving and Program Design in C, 4th edition, by jeri R. Hanly and Elliot B.Koffman. A A&M College (Lexington, Ky.), 78:209, 96:55 58 Aaron Burr: The Years from Princeton to Vice President, 1756 1805, by Milton Lomask: reviewed, 79:82 84 Abbeville, N.C., 75:137 Abbey, M. E., 93:289 Abbey, Richard: and Keats.
Cpt. S 1. 22: Data Structures - Syllabus Instructor. Information. Instructor: Andrew S. O’Fallon. Office: EME. Phone Number: (5. Email: aofallon@eecs.
Office Hours: M, W, F 4: 0. Teaching Assistant Information. Lead TA: Yunshu Du. Office: Dana 3. Email: yunshu. TA: Fang (Frank) Gao. Office: Dana 1. 5 – Frank Innovation.
Zone’s Community Studio. Email: fang. gao@wsu. Office Hours: TU 1. TA: Stephen Goeppele- Parrish.
Office: Dana 1. 5 – Frank Innovation. Zone’s Community Studio. Email: s. goeppele- parrish@wsu.
This paper considers the distributed sampled-data control problem of a group of mobile robots connected via distance-induced proximity networks. A dwell time is assumed in order to avoid chattering in the neighbor relations. JNTUA R13 REGULATION SYLLABUS 1. 1 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR (Established by Govt. 30 of 2008) ANANTHAPURAMU – 515 002 (A.P) INDIA Course Structure. Problem Solving and Program Design in C, J.R. C Programming with problem solving, J.A. Write a C program to solve Towers of Hanoi problem. Prerequisites: Before taking this course you need to have a grade of a “C” or better in CptS 121, or an equivalent course. Please refer to http:// Communication: We will.
Office Hours: M 1. TA: Shaun Hopper. Office: Dana 1. 5 – Frank Innovation. Zone’s Community Studio. Email: shaun. hopper@wsu. Office Hours: TH 1: 3.
F 1: 0. 0 –. 2: 0. TA: Alex Lao. Office: Dana 1. Frank Innovation. Zone’s Community Studio.
Email: alexander. Office Hours: M, W 1: 0. TH 2: 0. 0 –. 4: 0. TA: Peter Qafoku.
Office: Dana 1. 5 – Frank Innovation. Zone’s Community Studio. Email: peter. qafoku@wsu. Office Hours: TH, F1: 0. TA: Brian Soto. Office: Dana 1. Frank Innovation.
Zone’s Community Studio. Email: brian. soto@wsu. Office Hours: TU, TH 4: 0. TA: Collin Westenhaver. Office: Dana 1. 5 – Frank Innovation. Zone’s Community Studio. Email: collin. westenhaver@wsu.
Office Hours: TU 4: 0. TH 4: 0. 0 –. 5: 1. TA: Hunter Wilkes. Office: Dana 1. 5 – Frank Innovation. Zone’s Community Studio.
Email: hunter. wilkes@wsu. Office Hours: W 1.
TA: Robert Wood. Office: Dana 1. Frank Innovation. Zone’s Community Studio. Email: robert. wood@wsu. Office Hours: TU 1. Course. Information – Data Structures, Cpt. S 1. 22 . In. this course, we use the C/C++ programming languages to explore the.
The primary aim of this. Some of these concepts include, but. Algorithmic. design. Class/object. design and implementation.
In. this course we will emphasize software engineering best practices, and. Please see the tentative topic.
The underlying applications for. Learning. Objectives: At. C++ programs applying modern tools and. C++ program that solves the problem with the most. Prerequisites. Before taking.
C” or better in Cpt. S 1. 21, or an equivalent course. Please refer to http: //schedules.
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Required. Textbooks. P. J. Deitel. C++: How to Program (1. Pearson Education, Inc., 2. ISBN. 9. 78. 01. 34. Suggested. Reference Textbooks. C: How to Program (7th ed.), Prentice Hall, 2. Koffman. Problem Solving & Program Design in C (7th ed.), Pearson.
Education, Inc., Addison- Wesley, 2. ISBN: 9. 78. 01. 32. Required. Hardware: Required. Software: Academic.
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Possible outcomes resulting from violating these policies. For this course both group (for. All individual work is designed to be completed with. If. you do receive some help from classmates, please identify their names in the. If you do not identify the. If you and another student submit the. If you apply code.
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You. may hand in a programming assignment up to two days late (the weekend. Forty- eight hours. At that time, the link to the solution key for the assignment will be. If an emergency occurs, the instructor will. Make- up exams will not be.
I understand emergencies do occur and rescheduling of exams because. Miscellaneous: All graded work will generally. You will submit homework. Blackboard Learn https: //learn. Philosophy: I have a passion for. I will do everything in my ability to make sure that you learn. Washington State University is truly a great place from which to.
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Access Center. Grading. Contesting. you believe that a mistake has been made with grading an assignment or exam. TA within 2 days of the assignment or. Do not wait until the end of the semester to discuss any. You need to constantly be aware of how you are performing in. Thus, there will not be any surprises at the end of the.
You should be able to view. Blackboard. Learn. These will be updated weekly. NOTE: the grades in Blackboard Learn. Thus, be sure that you keep track of these weights so that you are not. Exams: I highly recommend studying in. Bouncing ideas off of each other is a great way to.
We will have three exams, including the final, in. One will be held during the fourth week of class (Friday. September 1. 6) and the other will be held during the tenth week of class.
Friday, October 2. These exams are held during class (5. The final exam will be held on Wednesday, December 1. You will NOT be allowed to use. You need to be more accountable for retaining. Assignments. given between 8 and 1. Each one of. these has been well thought- out and will guide you through solving a.
I really hope that you view these assignments as a guide for. Also. note that all C/C++ code written in assignments must adhere to the recommended. C Style and Coding Standards or recommend C++ Coding. Standards; your TA will let you know if you are not adhering to these. Please upload assignments as attached . Content” link in Blackboard Learn. All programming assignments must be submitted by midnight.
Quizzes. be given most Mondays to ensure that material presented in lecture is. These will be take- home quizzes, in which you return a physical. TA at the beginning of your lab the same week. I recommend that you handwrite your solutions to the. Also. during many interviews you will be required to handwrite code solutions on a. All quizzes are written to assess basic. I would like for you to view these as a way to.
Quizzes may be rescheduled for students that have valid. Labs: You will be given 1. Each lab will give you hands- on experience with using the C/C++. These weekly lab assignments also give.
You are encouraged to share ideas with your peers in lab! Take. advantage of learning from each other! You will receive full credit for a. Hence, you are awarded credit in lab for. You may make up some labs if you have an excuse.
TA. If a lab. happens to fall on a holiday, then you are expected to complete the lab on. You are responsible for ensuring you receive appropriate credit from. TA for these special circumstances.
Participation and Attendance: You are expected to attend and. Blackboard. Learn discussion boards. I will also randomly take attendance throughout.
Attendance will count as 2% towards your overall grade! Assignment. Weights. Programming. Assignments (3.
BONUS. assignments up to 2% each. Grading. Scale: Percentage. Grade. 94- 1. 00%A9. A- 8. 6- 8. 9. 9. B+8. 2- 8. 5. 9. 9%B7. B- 7. 4- 7. 7. 9.
C+7. 0- 7. 3. 9. 9%C6. C- 6. 2- 6. 5. 9. D+5. 8- 6. 1. 9. 9%D0- 5. F Tentative. Topic Schedule(not in any particular order): Detailed Schedule 1. Data Structures. 2. Binary Search Trees. Software Design and Engineering.
Concepts 8. Problem Solving Strategies 9. Container Classes 1.
UML Design Models 1. Operator Overloading 1. Function Overloading 1. Algorithmic Analysis (Big- O) 1. Abstract Data types 1.
Sorting Algorithms 2. Exception Handling 2. Standard Template Library 2. Const. static, friend, pass- by- reference.