ee422-syllabus-spr11-v1

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Unformatted text preview: Exams
will
cover
material
from
lecture,
assignments,
and
the
assigned
readings.

Exams
will
 be
cumulative,
although
they
will
be
more
heavily
weighted
towards
material
not
yet
tested.

Programming
is
 a
 cumulative
 discipline,
 so
 it
 is
 important
 to
 master
 earlier
 topics
 in
 order
 to
 understand
 later
 topics.
 Exam
 scores
may
be
curved
if
the
instructor
believes
it
is
warranted.
The
exams
will
be
given
in
class.

The
dates
are
 shown
in
the
table
above.

If
your
work
or
a
personal
situation
forces
you
to
unexpectedly
miss
exams,
you
 should
expect
to
get
a
zero
on
those
occasions.

If
you
miss
an
exam
because
of
illness,
you
are
expected
to
 provide
a
statement
from
a
doctor
stating
that,
in
his/her
opinion,
it
was
impossible
for
you
to
attend
because
 of
illness.

A
slip
showing
you
visited
the
UT
Health
Center
or
your
personal
doctor
is
not
sufficient
for
this.

In
 any
 other
 situation,
 you
 should
 contact
 me
 beforehand.
 Bring
 your
 student
 ID
 to
 the
 exam;
 it
 may
 be
 requested
for
proof
of
identity.

Exams
turned
in
for
re‐grading
will
be
completely
re‐graded.


 
 PROGRAMMING
 ASSIGNMENTS.
 
 The
 assigned
 class
 work
 in
 this
 course
 will
 consist
 of
 programming
 assignments.
 
Programming
is
a
discipline
that
you
learn
by
doing,
not
by
listening
to
a
lecturer.

Therefore,
 doing
 the
 programming
 assignments
 is
 crucial
 to
 performing
 well
 in
 this
 class.
 Assignments
 will
 be
 given
 almost
 every
 other
 week.
 Each
 assignment
 will
 have
 a
 clearly
 stated
 due
 date
 and
 time.
 NO
 LATE
 ASSIGNMENTS
WILL
BE
ACCEPTED.

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