CSE 324 - Principles of Programming Languages

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Unformatted text preview: CSE 324 - Spring 2011 Principles of Programming Languages Lectures Handouts Exams Quizzes Assignments Projects Grading Class Announcements Last updated: Monday, Jan 24, 2011 at 3:30AM Course Information Instructor: Dr. Hamdy Soliman Email: [email protected] Phone: x.5170 Office: Cramer 211c (inside 214) Monday: 1:30PM - 3:00PM Wednesday: 1:30PM - 3:00PM Also available by appointment Teaching Assistant: Hakan Akkan Email: [email protected] Office : Cramer 220 Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays between 2pm to 3:30 pm By Appointment Class Hours: Cramer 239 Tuesday: 12:30PM - 1:45PM Thursday: 12:30PM - 1:45PM Course Outcomes: After taking the class, students should be able to have: Clear understanding of the major design concepts of a programming language (e.g., syntax, semantics, typing system, recursions, abstraction, polymorphic & generic features, etc). Clear understanding of the trade-offs between important language design goals: security, efficiency, power, robustness, and complexity. Clear understanding of the major linguistic differences between major languages' paradigms: imperative, functional, object oriented, & logic. The ability to critique and properly utilize languages from each of the above paradigms; in building desired software solutions or the design of a new language. Course Description Download the Syllabus and Course Policy. Textbook (required) ISBN-10: 0195113063 "Principles of Programming Languages", 3/E, Bruce J. MacLennan Recommended Reference Books ISBN-10: 0130276782 "Programming Languages: Design and Implementation ", 4/E, Terrence Pratt & Marvin Zelkowitz ISBN-10: 0131554824 "Comparative Programming Languages", 1/E, Linda W. Friedman ISBN-10: 0136291554 "Object-Oriented Software Construction", 2/E, Bertand Meyer ISBN-10: 0201590654 "Programming Languages: Concepts & Constructs", 2/E, Ravi Sethi Lectures Lectures 1 to 3 Lectures 4 to 6 Lectures 7 to 8 Lectures 9 to 11 Lectures 12 to 14 Lectures 15 to 16 Modula-2 Ada I Ada II Ada III Smalltalk Lisp Prolog updated lecture notes (please read the cut section examples and explanations in the Prolog lecture, I updated and corrected some of what I said in the class in red color and big font- page 10) Handouts Modula-2 Generic Stack Example of DYNAMIC-GENERICITY Modula Handouts Following is a Stack ADT example in Modula-2 where we utilize the Modula-2 STATIC-GENERICITY facility Modula-2 Example elements definition module Modula-2 Example elements definition module The above "elements.mi&.md" modules facilitate the importing of a concrete type (e.g., CHAR, INTEGER, REA) into the stack to replece every occurance of "elementtype" dummuy type example is to help in the new Modula-2 List assignment, which facilitates Modula-2 static genericity Modula-2 Example Stack definition module Modula-2 Example Stack implementation module Modula-2 Example main program (implementation)module to use the Stack ADT Exams Midterm Exam: Closed book and Notes Date: Thursday, March 10 Time: 12:30PM - 1:45PM Location: Cramer 239 Midterm Exam Answers Note: Exams are closed book and closed notes Quizzes Quiz #01 Quiz #02 Quiz #03 Quiz #04 Quiz #05 Quiz #06 Quiz #07 Quiz #08 Quiz #09 Quiz #11 Quiz #12 TAKE-HOME Quiz #13 PROLOG-EXAMPLE-HAND-OUT Assignments Assignment 1 -------Solutions Assignment 2 -------Solutions Assignment 3 -------Solutions Smalltalk-project Solution of the Smalltalk-project LISP PROGRAMMING ASSIGNMENT Solution of the LISP-Prog-Assignment Projects Project 1 Due: Friday, April 8 Download: ACM Standard Template (Microsoft Office Format: .doc) Download: Project Layout Example Note: The Project Example is for layout and formatting demonstration only, not the content depth. Project 2 Due: Wednesday, May 4 (Same formatting requirements apply) Grading Exam 1: 25% Exam 2: 25% Programming Assignments & Homework: 25% Semester Project Report: 15% Quizzes & Class Participation: 10% Exams/Quizzes Are Closed Book & Notes Non-Comprehensive Final Examination No Makeup Quizzes || Exams Late Assignmnets: See the Syllabus ...
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