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FA09_CS1050_Syllabus_1 - CS 1050 Algorithm Design...

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CS 1050 Algorithm Design & Programming I Introduction This course provides the student with experience in developing algorithms, designing, implementing and testing programs. It discusses the fundamental concepts behind object- oriented programming, and uses the Java language as an implementation vehicle. Prerequisites MATH 1100/1120 and CS1040 (C- or better) or passing Pretest screening quiz. Instructors Joe Guilliams: [email protected] Office Location: EBW 123 Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 1:00pm – 2:00pm (may change) TAs Mian Pan : [email protected] office hours Wednesday 11-12 in room EBW239 Aleks Lobzhanidze [email protected] office hours Friday 1-2 in room EBW250 Alan Lafferty: [email protected] office hours Tuesday 12-1 in room EBW239 Sachin Meena: [email protected] office hours Monday 3-4 in room EBW239 Michael Eschbacher: [email protected] office hours Thursday in room EBW239 TUTORING SESSIONS: Weekly on Wednesdays from 6-8pm. Feel free to visit the office hours of any of the TAs for the class. Textbook Required: Deitel and Deitel, Java: How to Program , 8/E. Schedule Lecture Monday and Wednesday 11:00-11:50am, Neff Hall, Room 204 Labs (one of the following) Section A Monday 8:00am – 10:50am, EBW 144 Section B Wednesday 8:00am - 10:50am, EBW 145 Section C Tuesday 8:00am – 10:50am, EBW 144 Section D Monday 12:00pm – 2:50pm, EBW 144 Section E Tuesday 2:00pm – 4:50pm, EBW 145 Check with the Schedule of Courses published on myZou for room changes.
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Course Web Page (Use your PawPrint ID) http://blackboard.missouri.edu Topics Primitive data types: int, double, String, etc Branching/ Conditional statements: if, if-else, switch, ... Iteration/ Loops: while, for,... Classes, Methods and Objects Arrays Encapsulation Inheritance Polymorphism Exception Handling File I/O Recursion Grading The overall course grade will be calculated as a weighted average of assignments using the following values (1000 points possible): Quizzes (unannounced) & Class participation: 10% (11 at 10 points each)
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