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Department of Computer Science INFS 519 Program Design and Data Structures Dr. Min Seong Kim Email: [email protected] Office: Engineering Building, Room 5341 These slides are in part adapted from the class text (Weiss, Data Structures and Problem Solving using Java) Outline | Class Overview | Java Basics 2
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Class Overview 3 Course Description | Prerequisite: SWE 510 or equivalent. | Study of the fundamentals of data structures Study of the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms applied in programming solutions to application problems. | The course stresses programming in a modern high-level language. | Credit cannot be applied to any graduate degree in School of Information Technology and Engineering. 4
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Lectures | Meeting time and location z Tuesday 7:20 10:00 pm Fine Arts Building Tuesday 7:20-10:00 pm, Fine Arts Building B108 | Textbook z Data Structures & Problem Solving Using Java 3rd Edition, M. A. Weiss, ISBN 0-321- 32213-4 | Website z Blackboard: http://courses.gmu.edu 5 Class Communications | INFS519 will be using the Blackboard system for most class communications. z Course schedule, materials, announcements and assignments, etc. | You will need to check any notifications or information posted on notifications or information posted on Blackboard regularly. 6
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Grading | Programming Assignments: 30% | Quizzes: 5% | Midterm Exam: 30% | Final Exam: 35% 7 Programming Assignments z There will be several programming assignments. z Programs will be graded on style and formatting Programs will be graded on style and formatting as well as correctness. z Programming assignments will be posted on Blackboard as they are assigned, and must be submitted on Blackboard due on the announced date before 12 midnight date before 12 midnight. z The late submission will be accepted with 10 % penalty per day. Programs that do not compile will not be graded. 8
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Exams | Quizzes z There will be occasional in-class quizzes. z Most quizzes will be at the beginning of class, and will not be announced. z No make-ups on quizzes and the lowest quiz grade will be dropped prior to final grading. 9 Exams con’t | Midterm and final exams z In class, closed book z The final exam (Tuesday, Dec. 15. 7:30 - 10:15 p.m.) includes topics covered in the entire semester. z No make-ups on exams unless arrangements are worked out in advance. 10
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Honor Code Statement | All assignments for this class must be worked on individually on . | You may discuss the programming projects with other students but you must do and submit your own work (i.e., your solution or your design). | Violations will result in failure of the course. Please be familiar with the CS Department honor code: http://cs.gmu.edu/wiki/pmwiki.php/HonorCode/ CSHonorCodePolicies , and the University honor code: http://honorcode gmu edu/ honor code: http://honorcode.gmu.edu/ 11 Contact | Instructor z Dr Min Seong Kim Dr. Min Seong Kim z Office: Engineering Building 5341 z Email: [email protected] z Office Hours: Thursday 4-6 pm and by appointment | Teaching Assistant z Dalal Al-Arayed Office: Engineering Building 4456 z z Email: [email protected] z Office Hours: TBD 12
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Tentative Schedule Weeks Dates
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2010 for the course INFS 519 taught by Professor Nordstrom,d during the Fall '08 term at George Mason.

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