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Today’s Topics • Welcome Course Overview • Administration Terms & Concepts • Programming Languages • Algorithms EECS 183 University of Michigan Lecture 01 Mary Lou Dorf
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Welcome to EECS 183 ! Instructor Mary Lou Dorf [email protected] Discussion Instructors: Anu Chaudhry Justin Dallal Hector Garcia Michelle Noronha EECS 183 University of Michigan Lecture 01 Mary Lou Dorf Course Web Site: ctools.umich.edu The web site is an integral part of the course syllabus, handouts, assignments, critical information, etc.
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What is EECS 183 A first course in computer programming Goals: Knowledge: Understand the programming process, and the fundamentals of how programs work EECS 183 University of Michigan Lecture 01 Mary Lou Dorf Skills: Learn the basics of programming in a high-level language (C++) in preparation for further study
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How 183 fits in your degree program First course in computing for LS&A students (majors and non-majors) supporting course for LS&A " must acquire a working knowledge of a high-level computer language (e.g. Fortran, C, or C++) at a level equivalent to completion of EECS 183" another possibility EECS182 same course except in Python instead of C++ EECS 183 University of Michigan Lecture 01 Mary Lou Dorf double check with your degree program lead into EECS 280 Thinking about 183 vs. 280? See a CS advisor (call 763-2305 for appointment) Score >= 3 on the C++ AP exam (2000 or later) places you out of 183 Score >= 4 on the Java AP exam places you out of 183 Experience writing code – language doesn’t really matter
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What This Course is About This course is NOT about USING software Ingredients of designing and writing software EECS 183 University of Michigan Lecture 01 Mary Lou Dorf
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Course Administration http://ctools.umich.edu
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