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COP 3502 Computer Science I Section 2 Instructor: Nihan Cicekli Office: CSB 234 Email: nihan@cs.ucf.edu Office Hours: TR 1:30-3:30pm Course web page: http://www.cs.ucf.edu/courses/cop3502/nihan 1
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Course Information Textbook : The Art and Craft of Computing, S. Ceri, D. Mandrioli, L. Sbattella, Addison-Wesley, 1998. Recommended text : Problem Solving and Program Design in C , J. R. Hanly and E. B. Koffman, Addison- Wesley, 4 th edition, 2001. Prerequisite : COP 3223 - C Programming All students registered for COP 3502 must also be enrolled in a recitation section: COP 3502L The recitation sections (COP 3502L) will be used to provide assistance with programming or homework assignments, further explanation of lecture topics and presentation of material related to the classroom lectures. You will also take quizzes in the recitation sections that will consist of questions or problems that cover recent recitation or lecture topics or assignments. Grading: There will be a total of 100 points, distributed as follows: Two exams (20% each) 40% Final exam 30% 4 quizzes 10% 4 assignments 20% Important Note: You are expected to be proficient in the C programming language. You will be required to program in C for all of your programming assignments. 2
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Grading Conditions: Unless you make other arrangements with your TA, assignments are to be handed in during lab only. A late assignment will receive a 25% deduction from the grade it would have received if turned in on time. The last assignment may not be turned in late. 4 quizzes will be given during the semester. If you have a conflict with a quiz, you may make it up beforehand. (You may only receive a makeup quiz if you make an arrangement with the lecturer BEFORE the quiz is given in recitation.) You may receive a makeup exam only if you have a legal excuse (e.g. medical report) and you inform the lecturer BEFORE the exam. The instructor reserves the right to change the grading policy at any time, but will not make the requirements more stringent than those stated here. All assignments, quizzes and programs are to be your own work. No group projects or assignments are allowed. A schedule of lecture topics, exam dates, quiz dates and assignment due dates will be provided. Check the course web page (see above) frequently for updates and additional information. 3
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Provide an introduction to the field of computing: The central concept that underlies computer science is the algorithm and thus algorithms are made the central object of study. Provide Conceptual Content and Software Skills: The lecture component focuses on conceptual tools for constructing and analyzing algorithms, while the lab component focuses on programming applications. Prepare students for programming:
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