Lecture02 - Lecture02 Intro to Algorithms Engineering 101...

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Engineering 101 Engineering 101 Lecture02 Lecture02 Intro to Algorithms Intro to Algorithms Prof. Michael Falk University of Michigan, College of Engineering
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Announcements Announcements Friday 4:30-5:30 office hours are somewhat different Work together to conceptualize the project. Form “project working groups”
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Project 0 Project 0 Due Wed, Sept. 13 by 9pm. Type the provided program into the computer using any of the editors. Learn the basic features of the editors including syntax highlighting, paren highlighting. Debug the program so that it compiles and place it in the correct directory. Take an online quiz.
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In Lab this week and T/W… In Lab this week and T/W… How to boot a CAEN computer into Linux. Navigating and manipulating directories. Copying and moving files. Editing files with various editors. Checking your email Compiling a simple program.
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The Clickers The Clickers (A.K.A. PRS system, transmitters) (A.K.A. PRS system, transmitters) Why? The reason I use the PRS is to provide you with some opportunities to think about the material and discuss it with your peers during the lecture. I do this in the hopes that this helps you pay attention and motivates you not to zone out. Most students learn better in an active mode than in a passive mode.
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First Question First Question How do you feel about taking this class? 1- excited 2- fearful 3- excited and fearful 4- bored already 5- what makes you think I’m taking this class?
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What to do when your clicker doesn’t What to do when your clicker doesn’t work… work… DON’T PANIC Many boxes have an extra emergency clicker . Use that one and inform a GSI before you leave. If there is no extra clicker in the box, find a GSI . They will get you an emergency clicker if they can. If no clickers are available, write the answer on a piece of paper and give it to a GSI before leaving. Write your name and the date on the paper. Make sure to give the broken clicker to a GSI before leaving class. Also return any emergency clickers you are using to their proper box.
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Second Question Second Question My computer experience includes 1- zero, nothing, nada, zip 2- I use the ATM and pop machines 3- the above plus email and stalking people on facebook 4- the above plus I have written a short program (10 lines or fewer) 5- the above plus I have written a program of more than 10 lines.
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