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Erindale College — University of Toronto at Mississauga Department of Computer Science CSC 104: The How and Why of Computing Fall 2010 Instructor: Jeremy Sills Ofce Hours: Monday, Wednesday 11-12 or by appointment Ofce: 4059C Phone: (905) 828 3811 Course Web Page: http://www.cs.utoronto.ca/~sills/104/10f Texts: J. Parsons and D. Oja, New Perspectives on Computer Concepts, 2011 Student Edition Labs, Version 4.0 Class Schedule: Week of Readings Topics Tutorial Sep 6 - 10 basic concepts Sep 13 - 17 hardware UTM computing labs, text editor Sep 20 - 24 software intro to html Sep 27 - Oct 1 applications history video Oct 4 - 8 design Assignment 1 due — Software/website review teams of two Oct 11 - 15 programming Java programming Oct 18 - 22 Java readings midterm/programming programming environments Oct 25 - 29 networks/internet Java examples Nov 1 - 5 AI readings AI Assignment 2 due — Java programming individual work Nov 8 - 12 Theory readings theory AI video Nov 15 - 19 social issues Nov 22 - 26 security/review Assignment 3 due — Research individual work Assessment Schedule and Scheme: Weight Dates Details Assignment 1 10% Oct 7 Mid term test 10% Oct 22 test held during class Assignment 2 10% Nov 4 Assignment 3 10% Nov 25 Labs 10% one lab per class see lab schedule Electronic participation 5% ongoing Final exam 45% Dec 6 - 17 (exam period) three hour exam; no aids You must achieve at least 40 out of 100 on the ±nal exam to pass this course. Assignments: Clearly label each of the di²erent parts of the assignments with the course number, the assignment number, your name, (your team members’ names, when you are working in a team), your tutorial time, and your instructor’s name. Do not include your student number in any ±les that can be viewed by anyone other than yourself and your instructor. Also, in your assignment solution ±les, list the names of anyone you discussed the assignment with or any other sources you used to develop your solution. Assignments are due at 10 a.m. on the days indicated in the above schedule. All assignments are submitted electronically. The procedure will be described in the tutorial session.
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