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Unformatted text preview: Wellcome To: Engineer 1D04 Engineering Computation Term 2, Summer 2011 Important Notice: This document does NOT contain full record of lecture material. In the classroom, these slides are accompanied by writings and drawings on the board, as well as verbal explanations. If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to consult with a colleague who attended the class to obtain as much information as possible A Bokhari, Eng 1D04, Summer 2011 1 about the presented material. Material tested in the midterm and the final may include any material presented in class, regardless of whether it appears in these slides or not. A Bokhari, Eng 1D04, Summer 2011 2 Please read the complete course outline at: http://avenue.mcmaster.ca/ ( This course outline contains important information that may affect your grade. You should retain it and refer to it throughout the semester, as you will be assumed to be familiar with the rules specified in this document. ) INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Asghar Ali Bokhari, PEng. Office: ITB/242 Ext. 27554 E-mail: through A2L only Course Coordinator: Jeanne Norris ETB 110 Ext. 21163 A Bokhari, Eng 1D04, Summer 2011 3 email: through A2L only Lectures: In HH 302 Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays: 16:00 - 18:00 Labs: L01: Mondays and Wednesdays, 12:00 - 15:00 (ETB 118) L02: Mondays and Wednesdays, 18:00 - 21:00 (ETB 118) Labs start on Wed June 22, 2011. A Bokhari, Eng 1D04, Summer 2011 4 Mission: The mission of this course is to teach students how to construct algorithms to solve (engineering oriented) problems and how to implement algorithms in a modern computer language - in our case, Python. Weekly schedule for each student: • Three 2-hour lectures per week: – Presentation of new material – Surprise quizzes in class • Two 3-hour lab sessions per week: (Up to 5 marked assignments to be completed in the lab sessions) A Bokhari, Eng 1D04, Summer 2011 5 • Marked labs: NO materials allowed, NO internet connection, NO A2L (except when submission is ready) Grading: Labs: 30% (5% Practice Sessions, 25% Marked Assignments) Surprise Quizzes (in-class): 10% Mid-term (July 14, in-class): 20% Final Exam (Aug 4, 4 to 7 pm): 40% Required Textbook: J. Zelle, Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science (First Edition), Franklin, Beedle & Associates, 2004. ISBN 13: 978-1887902991 A Bokhari, Eng 1D04, Summer 2011 6 Required Equipment: An i-clicker remote 1. Purchase an i-clicker remote. You only need one i-clicker for all your classes. You must have your own i-clicker; Sharing not allowed. 2. Register the i-clicker at: http://www.iclicker.com/registration/ using your MacID (not your student ID). 3. Bring your i-clicker to all lectures. If you do not have your own i-clicker when a surprise quiz is given in class, you get a zero on the quiz....
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course 1D04 ENG1D04 taught by Professor Smith during the Summer '10 term at McMaster University.

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