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Unformatted text preview: : CSci 1113 C/C++ for Scientists and Engineers Section 010 - evening class Introduction to the course and computation Prof. Eric Van Wyk and Ted Kaminski Spring 2010 c Van Wyk and Kaminski CSci 1113: C/C++ for Scientists and Engineers, evening class Spring 2010 Page 1 / 74 Introduction to the course. Introductions.: Instructors I Eric Van Wyk, Associate Professor email: evw@cs.umn.edu , phone: 612-625-0329. office hours are on Tuesday from 5:15pm to 6:15pm in EE/CSci 6-203, or by appointment. I Ted Kaminski, PhD. Student email: tedinski@cs.umn.edu , phone: see web page office hours are on Thursday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm in EE/Csci 6-198. c Van Wyk and Kaminski CSci 1113: C/C++ for Scientists and Engineers, evening class Spring 2010 Page 2 / 74 Introduction to the course. Course Description and Objectives: Course Description I This course covers algorithm development and the principles of computer programming using C and C++. I Topics include introduction to computers and computing, program development, C/C++ programming language syntax, and elementary numerical methods for scientists and engineers. c Van Wyk and Kaminski CSci 1113: C/C++ for Scientists and Engineers, evening class Spring 2010 Page 3 / 74 Introduction to the course. Course Description and Objectives: Course Objective Your main objective in this course is to acquire the skills to I write good C++ code, I use good program design techniques and programming style in the code you write, I analyze problems and design a programming solution to them, I use numerical techniques such as numerical rootfinding and matrix manipulation in solving scientific and engineering problems. Our main objective is to help you achieve this objective. c Van Wyk and Kaminski CSci 1113: C/C++ for Scientists and Engineers, evening class Spring 2010 Page 4 / 74 Introduction to the course. Course Description and Objectives: Seating ... move to the front ... no Im not kidding. c Van Wyk and Kaminski CSci 1113: C/C++ for Scientists and Engineers, evening class Spring 2010 Page 5 / 74 Introduction to the course. Lectures and Labs: Labs I Lab sessions provide an opportunity to write C++ programs to galvanize the concepts discussed in lecture. I Labs will typically have an activity that is turned in during the lab session and graded there by one of the TAs. I You will often work with partners. c Van Wyk and Kaminski CSci 1113: C/C++ for Scientists and Engineers, evening class Spring 2010 Page 6 / 74 Introduction to the course. Lectures and Labs: Lectures I Varied in content - traditional lecture, examples and sample programs. I In class exercises I Active learning. I Short, quick in-class exercises, turned in at the end of class....
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