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### BasicsOfComputing

Course: CSCI 112, Fall 2009
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Five Steps to Problem Solving1. SPECIFICATION of the task: State the Problem e.g.: Compute the Average of an experimental set of input values Determine I/O Requirements: e.g.: Input list of real values, from user, stopping w/input = 0 Output the a
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CSCI 112 Programming Assignment #3 (P3) POLYNOMIAL CLASSDeliverables: README file, including: developer's name date of last modification brief description of the class &amp; test driver general usage information (I/O and limitations) pseudocode d
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SUMMARY of C+ - Syntax &amp; Constructsassignment compound statement variable = expression; { statement1 statement2 . . . statementn} conditionals / selection if if (expression) statement if (expression) statement1 else statement2 switch (expression)
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The Bag ADT + Dynamic Array Invariant for the revised Bag ADT The number of items in the bag is in the member variable used. The actual items of the bag are stored in a partially filled array. The array is a dynamic array, pointed to by the member
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Chapter 12: Advanced Implementations of TablesData Abstraction &amp; Problem Solving with C+Fifth Edition by Frank M. CarranoCopyright 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley. Ver. 5.0.Balanced Search Trees Theefficiency
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Chapter 6: StacksData Abstraction &amp; Problem Solving with C+Fifth Edition by Frank M. CarranoCopyright 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley. Ver. 5.0.The Abstract Data Type Specifications of an abstract data type
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Chapter 14: External MethodsData Abstraction &amp; Problem Solving with C+FifthEdition by Frank M. CarranoCopyright 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley. Ver. 5.0.A Look At External Storage Externalstorage Harddisk,C
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see &quot;bagdemo&quot; file by author (Main),to see how 'new/delete' of dynamic objects(multiple bags) works.
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/ examI_review.txt - last update 2/25/07 10:40pm -rrennerREVIEW TOPICS for EXAM I - Spring'07 - CSCI112=format: multiple choice, true/false, code-tracing, code writingUnix - handouts &amp; online notes (Week 1)=* navigation commands (mkdir, cp,
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# Links to sample UML diagrams/tutorials - last updated 11/28/07 rrennerUML DIAGRAMS tutorial:http:/dn.codegear.com/article/31863STATE DIAGRAMS:http:/atlas.kennesaw.edu/~dbraun/csis4650/A&amp;D/UML_tutorial/state.htmhttp:/www.developer.com/desig
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# Links to sample UML diagrams/tutorials - last updated 11/28/07 rrennerUML DIAGRAMS tutorial:http:/dn.codegear.com/article/31863STATE DIAGRAMS:http:/atlas.kennesaw.edu/~dbraun/csis4650/A&amp;D/UML_tutorial/state.htmhttp:/www.developer.com/desig
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P4 - LAB#4 - for CSCI 112 students - posted 10/18/07 by renner - last update 10/18/07 2:50pm -rrenner=Problem: College Student Course List: - Pg. 276, #8, Main &amp; Savitch text, edition 3 (Pg.268 in edition 2)Special No
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P5 - LAB#5 - Airport Simulation (LOCAL) - last updated 11/08/07=THIS PROBLEM HAS MANY FACETS TO IT . START NOW.IT SHOULD TAKE A MINIMUM OF 20HOURS OF WORK (FORSOME OF YOU, YOU MAY NEED TO DOUBLE THAT).*DUEDATE: Friday, November 16th, Midnig
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# P6.txt - rrenner - last updated 11/29/07= * 60 Points * FIRM DUEDATE/TIME: Friday, Dec.14th, midnightSKILLS Practiced:=classification systems; binary tree; binary search; decision tree;in-order&amp;pre-order tree traversal; learning&amp;program e
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Your permissions are not set correctly.You will get a point deduction for P3.If your permissions are not set correctlyfor P4, you will get a 10% (3pt) reduction.If your permissions are not set correctly for P5, you will get a 20% (8pt) reducti
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Fall 2007 Deadlines: (last updated 11/2/07 rr) =LAB/EX#ORIGINAL DATEEXTENDED/ACCEPTED Up-TO:---P1Fri, Sept14th, 5pm.Exam1Mon, Oct.1st, 3pm.P2Wed, Oct.3rd, 5pm.P3Mon, Oct.15th, 5pm.P4Wed, Oct.31st, 5pm.Fri, Nov.2, 5pmExam2
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TURNIN INSTRUCTIONS for CSCI112 LOCAL STUDENTS - fall'07 -as of 9/12/07 rrenner=* You have access to TWO LOCATIONS on the FILE SERVER: 1) your \$HOME which represents your user root level directory - this is owned by you and where you should
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CSCI 112 Programming Assignment #3 (P3)POLYNOMIAL CLASS (30 points)last update 10/24/07 - Watch for tips and updates in &quot;p3_tips.txt&quot; Deliverables: * README file, including: o
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/ examI_review.txt - last update 2/25/07 10:40pm -rrennerREVIEW TOPICS for EXAM I - Spring'07 - CSCI112=format: multiple choice, true/false, code-tracing, code writingUnix - handouts &amp; online notes (Week 1)=* navigation commands (mkdir, cp,
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# P6.txt - rrenner - last updated 08/25/07= * 60 Points *MODIFIED version of the ANIMAL TAXONOMY application (see Main &amp; Savitch, p.484, ed.3)==Write a C+ program that learns and disseminates knowledge about auniversal taxonomy (classificati
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P4 - LAB#4 - for CSCI 112 ONLINE students - posted 10/24/07 by renner=Problem: College Student Course List: - Pg. 276, #8, Main &amp; Savitch text, edition 3 (Pg.268 in edition 2)Special Notes:=Before attempting this LAB:
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node8Is the automobile American brand?node4Is it a sport's car?node2is it a chevy?node1corvettenode3Vipernode6is it a trucknode5F250node7Tahoenode10Is it a sport untility vehicle?node9Landrovernode12is it a s
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node14Is the automobile American brand?node11Is it a sport's car?node 17Is it a sport untility vehicle?node9Vipernode12Tahoenode16Landrovernode 18Camry
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Figure 12.1 Investigation and Evaluation (Adapted with permission from Liebman 1994).PortabilityDevice independence Self-containedness AccuracyGeneral UtilityAs-is UtilityReliability Efficiency Human engineeringCompleteness Robustness/int
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Real worldProblem Requirements specification System Comparison Subject to changeInformationFigure 11.1 An S-System.Real world Problem Abstraction Requirements specification System InformationFigure 11.2 A P-system.Comparison Subject to cha
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Figure 13.1 Results of applying reliability models to the Musa dataset.Figure 13.2 U-plot for values in table 13.1.Figure 13.3 Jelinski-Moranda (JM) and Littlewood-Verrall (LV) u-plots for 100 one-step-ahead predictions.Figure 13.4 Reliability
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Figure 4.1 Process for capturing the requirements.Figure 4.2 Sources of possible requirements (Robertson and Robertson 1999).Figure 4.3 Requirements vs. Specification.Value owns Coin Inserted intoPrice of admission Coin Slotvisitorenters
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WHATHOWCONCEPTUAL DESIGNTECHNICAL DESIGNfunctionSystem designersformCustomersSystem buildersFigure 5.1 Conceptual and technical designs.&quot;The user will be able to route messages to any other user on any other network computer.&quot;Ne
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Figure 9.1 Causes of faults during development.Figure 9.2 Steps in the testing process.Figure 9.3 Star network example.Figure 9.4 Notation for cause-and-effect graphs.Figure 9.5 Cause-and-effect graph.Figure 9.6 Additional graph notation.
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Figure 7.1 A rooted tree.Figure 7.2 Subtrees of a rooted tree.
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Figure 14.1 Adopter types and the chasm between the early and mainstream markets (Rogers 1995 and Moore 1991).Figure 14.2 Evidence required for different audiences (adapted from Moore 1991).Figure 14.3 Roots of the decision sciences (adapted from
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M68K Assembly Language ProgrammingBob BrittonChapter 2 The M68K ArchitectureNotice: Slides in this series originally, provided by B.Britton, have been modified by R.Renner to reflect Spring 2006 course content.M68K Datapath DiagramMemoryData
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Figure 7.1 A rooted tree.Figure 7.2 Subtrees of a rooted tree.
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Real worldProblem Requirements specification System Comparison Subject to changeInformationFigure 11.1 An S-System.Real world Problem Abstraction Requirements specification System InformationFigure 11.2 A P-system.Comparison Subject to cha
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Figure 12.1 Investigation and Evaluation (Adapted with permission from Liebman 1994).PortabilityDevice independence Self-containedness AccuracyGeneral UtilityAs-is UtilityReliability Efficiency Human engineeringCompleteness Robustness/int
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REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS SYSTEM DESIGN PROGRAM DESIGN CODING UNIT &amp; INTEGRATION TESTING SYSTEM TESTING ACCEPTANCE TESTING OPERATION &amp; MAINTENANCEFigure 2.1 The waterfall model.REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS MAINTENANCE SYSTEM DESIGNDELIVERYPROGRAM DESIGN
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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICOCollege of Engineering, Computer Science &amp; TechnologyDepartment of Computer ScienceFall Semester 2006CSCI 330 - Software Engineering Course SummaryTime/Location: Instructor: Office Hours: Prerequisites: 1:00
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Figure 6.1 Examples of objects grouped into classes.ElephantColor: text Number_of_tusks: Integer Location: text Weight: float ` Height: float move_to (location) wash (date) feed (amount, date, time)Figure 6.2 Box representing and oject's name, a
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Figure 13.1 Results of applying reliability models to the Musa dataset.Figure 13.2 U-plot for values in table 13.1.Figure 13.3 Jelinski-Moranda (JM) and Littlewood-Verrall (LV) u-plots for 100 one-step-ahead predictions.Figure 13.4 Reliability
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Figure 8.1 Hewlett-Packard fault classification (Grady 1997).Figure 8.2 Faults for one Hewlett-Packard division (Grady 1997).Figure 8.3 Testing steps.Figure 8.4 Example logic structure.Figure 8.5 Flow diagram for array rearrangement.Figure
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WHATHOWCONCEPTUAL DESIGNTECHNICAL DESIGNfunctionSystem designersformCustomersSystem buildersFigure 5.1 Conceptual and technical designs.The user will be able to route messages to any other user on any other network computer.Netw
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Figure 4.1 Process for capturing the requirements.Figure 4.2 Sources of possible requirements (Robertson and Robertson 1999).Figure 4.3 Requirements vs. Specification.Value owns Coin Inserted intoPrice of admission Coin Slotvisitorenters
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Thirty-second Spot RatesRates effective 1 January 1998SEGMENT Mon.-Fri. Up to 1630 1630-1759 1800-129 2230-2400Select rateFixed \$1500 \$2500 \$7500 \$6500Change rateBroad \$1000 \$2300 \$5000 \$6000Customer listROD \$800 \$2000 \$4000 \$5500Change s
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PHASE 1STEP 1 STEP 2 : STEP 1ACTIVITY 1.1 ACTIVITY 1.2 ACTIVITY 1.3 :PROJECT PHASE 2STEP 2 :ACTIVITY 2.1 ACTIVITY 2.2 ACTIVITY 2.3 :PHASE nSTEP 1 STEP 2 :Figure 3.1 Phases, steps, and activities in a project.Surveying 1.1 Excavation
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Figure 9.1 Causes of faults during development.Figure 9.2 Steps in the testing process.Figure 9.3 Star network example.Figure 9.4 Notation for cause-and-effect graphs.Figure 9.5 Cause-and-effect graph.Figure 9.6 Additional graph notation.
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Figure 14.1 Adopter types and the chasm between the early and mainstream markets (Rogers 1995 and Moore 1991).Figure 14.2 Evidence required for different audiences (adapted from Moore 1991).Figure 14.3 Roots of the decision sciences (adapted from
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ProblemSubproblem 1Subproblem 2Subproblem 3Subproblem 4Figure 1.1 The process of analysis.Solution 1Solution 2Solution 3Solution 4SolutionFigure 1.2 The process of analysis.Computer ScienceCustomerTheoriesComputer Functio
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# notices.txt - rrenner - last updated 11/06/06 12noon11/06/06 12noon=Recall that your PROJECT PLAN is now due.It should be made available to me via agroup website. Please be sure you haveemailed me with your website, and receivedconfirmati
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# ch02_notes.txt - rrenner - last update 9/13/06READ CH.2 &amp; review slides online9/11/06=&quot;Modeling the Process and Life Cycle&quot;ORGANIZING activities assoc. w/software developmentCOORDINATION of the WHAT and WHEN* Define &quot;PROCESS&quot; &quot;A set o
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# Week11.txt 10/30/06 - 11/03/06Activity#1=ch.4 - Modeling NotationsActivity#2=groupwk w/clientWednesday:1:00-1:25 robot groups1:25-1:50 database groupsFriday:1:00-1:25 web development groups
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# Week9.txt 10/16/06 - 10/20/06Activity#1=wrap-up presentationsskills survey (?matt_g.)Activity#2=ch04 material (see Lecture Notes -&gt; &quot;ch04_notes.txt&quot;)&quot;Modeline Notations&quot;Activity#3=Guest Lecturer: Birgit Koch, Hamberg University&quot;Progr
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# ch05_notes.txt - rrenner - last update 11/17/0611/17/06=&quot;Designing the System&quot;Conceptual -vs- Technical (p.224-226)Decomposition &amp; Modularity (p.226-228) * Modular decomposition * data-oriented decomposition * event-oriented decomposit
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# Week8.txt 10/09/06 - 10/13/06Activity#1=Machine Learning Cost Estimation ModelsGroup time for Assign#7Activity#2=ch03 - Risk Management Wrap-upActivity#3= Group presentations -Assign#7 (cost estimation models)
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# Week9.txt 10/23/06 - 10/27/06Activity#1=project discussions &amp; general specificationsActivity#2=Groupwork w/clientWednesday:1:00-1:25 database groups1:25-1:50 web development groupsFriday:1:00-1:50 robot groupsPAGE/PEAS descriptor
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# Week12.txt 11/06/06 - 11/10/06Activity#1=ch.4 - Requirements DocumentationActivity#2=Wednesday: ALL groupwk w/clientFriday: no class (Veteran's day observed)
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# assign2.txtAssigned: 8/28/06Duedate: 8/30/06 (beginning of class, assume for all)INVESTIGATIVE SUMMARY DRAFT#2 - EDITED (a graded assignment):=Edit your teammate's investigative summary.Adhere to the following specifications:* HAND PRIN
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# Week5.txt 9/18/06 - 9/22/06Activity#1=ch02 material -wrap-up&amp; intro to Ch03Activity#2=Tech Fair -or- meet w/Groups#2 (Loan Arranger - assign#5)Activity#3=ch03 material (see Lecture Notes -&gt; &quot;ch03_notes.txt&quot;Activity#4=self-r
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# ch10_notes.txt - rrenner - last update 12/06/0612/06/06=&quot;Delivering the System&quot;General System Guide-* General system overview, for CUSTOMER (enough detail to allow customer to determine if it meets company needs)* system of cross-re
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Object-Oriented Database Systems ScopeCSCI 397C-16The following information presents an overview of the &quot;Unified Modeling Language&quot; (UML). This paper is associated with a corresponding PowerPoint presentation that will be presented in the Chico C
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CSCI 15201/02: Operating Systems ProgrammingPrerequisites DescriptionCSCI 151 (Algorithms and Data Structures) and CSCI 171 (Computer Architecture) or equivalent Operating system concepts and techniques; surveys important aspects of modern operatin
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CSCI 356: Design and Analysis of AlgorithmsPrerequisites DescriptionGrade of C- or better in CSCI 151 (Algorithms and Data Structures) Math 120 (Discrete Mathematics) Algorithms from many areas of computer science will be analyzed. Topics include a