ProgFunda1 - CIS3023:ProgrammingFundamentalsforCIS MajorsII

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CIS3023: Programming Fundamentals for CIS  Majors II   Ganesh  Viswanathan Introduction to Problem Solving, Algorithms and Pseudocode, Programming in JAVA - I Course Lecture Slides  Summer 2010
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Announcements    CISE systems are being upgraded. CISE     webpages were down yesterday!    So,  course slides will also be posted on      E-Learning  ( http://lss.at.ufl.edu ) from now on.   E-Learning contains  course schedule  and      weekly schedule.      Midterm:  June 14         Final Exam:  Aug 5   Location: TBA
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Problem Solving Using a step-by-step programmatic approach to  find a solution for complex problems
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Image credits: coventry.gov.uk
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Problem-Solving Model Iterative Process ! Image credits: usf.edu
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Problem 1 Give a rough estimate of the  number of cellphones   in  the  University of Florida  Gainesville campus.
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How to become a better problem  solver - Break the problem into parts - Actively work to check your understanding - Recognize limitations and pitfalls - Be open, Engage confusing problems, Brainstorm ideas, and Learn techniques that you can apply in a wide range of scenarios.
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Problem 2 If the triangle below is shorter than the square and the circle is  taller than the square, then label the triangle “1”. However, if this is  not the case, label the second tallest figure as “2”.
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Problem-Solving Model 1.   Define  the problem 2.   Analyze  and decide course of action      (design algorithm) 3.   Plan solution  and  verify goals 4.   Generate solutions 5.   Testing  and  Evaluation Iterative Process !
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ProgFunda1 - CIS3023:ProgrammingFundamentalsforCIS MajorsII

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