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Lecture 1 - CS 402 Class Overview and Rules Times and places Meets TTh 9:30-10:50 My Office Hours are the hour immediately following class, SAL 232 Generally available via email - [email protected] Phone during business hours 310-822-1511 x190 TA is TBA Class web page is http://www.isi.edu/˜faber/cs402 Classes Lecture twice a week you’re responsible for what goes on here Classes are videotaped and available in Seaver Library - There is a lag - Be good to the librarians or you will lose your tape privleges. - be reasonable to others, or you will lose your tape privleges. - If you need your own copies, you can arrange it with ITV in advance. There is a charge. Classes are on ITV - remote students welcome - participate via phone - electronic fora Lecture Notes (mine) made available via the web page Academic Integrity You must do your own work discussing problems/homework is fine, but you must write your own code/answers it is inifintely better to hand in your own bad code than someone else’s code that you claim as your own. If you violate the Academic Integrity Policy of USC, 1 you fail the class - Read it, Learn it, Live it - If you have some question about how the policy applies, talk to me or the Office of Stu- dent Conduct 2 Grading 40% project 35% final 20% midterm 5% homework 1 http://www.usc.edu/student-affairs/student-conduct/grad_ai.htm 2 http://www.usc.edu/student-affairs/gateway/programs_services/student_conduct.html
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-2- Project The project is demanding - don’t expect to do well in this course if you don’t dev ote time to it Unless you are a skilled, experienced programmer, you cannot do these assignments in a week- end.
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