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0306-381 Applied Programming Lecture One: Introduction Course C Language
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Course Information Resources Syllabus Schedule myCourses 2
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3 Prerequisite Math Topics Mathematical concepts Function properties Domain, range, continuity, limits, approximation, convergence, derivative, and integral Infinite series and Taylor series expansion Differential equations Linear independence Matrices
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Prerequisite CS Topics Programming Techniques Pointers Data Structures (e.g., lists, queues, and trees) Searching Functional Decomposition Principles of file I/O Recursion 4
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CE cluster Head node cluster.ce.rit.edu Initial ssh login turnin submission program Compute nodes (numbered 0-14) node- nn where nn ˛ [01,14] • ssh to run executable qlogin for automatic load balance Only ssh logins accepted Putty WinSCP Computing Platform 5
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Cluster’s turnin program Syntax turnin grader381 [hw n [ file ]] Without either argument, gives all due dates • Without file , gives submission status for hw n With all arguments, accepts file (Overwrites any previous submission) Only works on head node of cluster Programming Homework Submission 6
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“Every simplification of the procedures of numerical calculation is an advance of quite general usefulness, by relieving researchers of the
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