ee422-syllabus-spr11-v1

Ee422 syllabus spr11 v1

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Unformatted text preview: EE422C
–Software
Design
and
Implementation
II
 COURSE
SYLLABUS
–
Spring
2011
‐
Unique
16370
–
Version
1.0
 
 INSTRUCTOR

Herb
Krasner;

EMAIL:[email protected](the
best
way
to
reach
me).
 OFFICE:
ACES
5.142

PHONE:

471‐6761
 OFFICE
HOURS:
This
semester:

MWF,
NOON
–
12:50,
and/or
by
appointment.

 
 TA’s:
Arun
Nair,
 [email protected],
 and
 Sagi
Zisman,
 [email protected],
 
 will
be
introduced
at
 the
beginning
of
the
semester.

Their
role
is
to
help
you
with
your
programming
problems
during
office/lab
 hours,
and
to
assist
the
instructor
with
 grading
and
course
support.

TA
office/lab
hours
will
be
published
on
 the
 class
 Blackboard
 page
 during
 the
 first
 week.
 
 The
 TA’s
 will
 also
 be
 in
 the
 ENS
 307
 lab
 working
 with
 you
 during
the
semester.

 
 CLASS
 MEETING
 SPECIFICS.
 Three
 lecture
 hours
 and
 one
 and
 one‐half
 laboratory
 hours
 a
 week
 for
 one
 semester.

 Class
meets
on
 MWF
from
1PM
 –
1:50pm
in
ENS
127;
plus
an
additional
1.5
hour
lab
in
ENS
307
to
 be
scheduled
at
the
beginning
of
the
semester,
based
on
your
unique
number
for
lab
(16380‐16400).
 
 16380 16385 16388 16390 16395 16400 TH TH W TH W TH 200 to 330 to 500 to 500 to 630 to 630 to 330p 500p 630p 630p 800p 800p ENS ENS ENS ENS ENS ENS 307 307 307 307 307 307 open; restricted closed closed closed cancelled open; restricted 
 CLASS
WEB
PAGE.

Course
materials
(e.g.
the
syllabus,
assignments,
etc.)
and
grades
will
become
available
via
 email
or
postings
on
the
UT
Blackboard
web
page
for
this
course
as
the
semester
progresses.

These
will
be
the
 main
 sources
 of
 current
 class
 information:
 
 (i)
 the
 daily
 class
 announcements,
 (ii)
 the
 programming
 a...
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course EE 422c taught by Professor Krasner during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas.

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