intro to CSE205

intro to CSE205 - CSE205 Object-Oriented Programming and...

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1 CSE205 Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures Fall 2010
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2 Instructor: Mutsumi Nakamura Office: BYENG (BrickYard ENGineering wing) 520 (5th floor) Phone: 965-1757 E-mail: mutsumi@asu.edu Office hours: Please see the syllabus for the office hours (If these hours are not convenient, I will be happy to make an appointment to meet with you at other times.)
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3 TA(Teaching Assistants): To be Announced. You can view the TA’s lab hours on the course website.
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4 Catalog Description Problem solving by programming with an object-oriented programming language (Java). Introduction to data structures. Overview of computer science topics.
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5 Major Topics Covered in this Java-based Course 1. Object-Oriented Software Development Brief introduction to Java Classes, Interfaces, Abstract classes Polymorphism Introduction to GUI 2. Introduction to Data Structures Arraylist Linked lists Stacks Queues Introduction to binary trees
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6 3. Algorithms Recursion Searching/sorting Big O notation 4. Exceptions and Input/Output streams Exception handling File read/write Serialization
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7 Collaboration Policy You are required to compose your own unique solution to each problem and each project. Some obvious acts of cheating are: --turning in work/code done by someone else --copying work/code done by someone else --writing one code together with someone else (it should be individual work) We have no problem failing you in this class for the semester and having the appropriate entries placed in your ASU student records. All instances of cheating will be handled by the Dean's office
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