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CS180 Web Page The class web page that contains this overview and more information is found at: http://www.cs.purdue.edu/homes/cs180 The Academic Integrity Policy for CS 18000 appears at the bottom of this page. The procedure for obtaining CS Department Computer Accounts for CS 18000 students appears at the bottom of this page. Course Personnel: Instructor Instructional Coordinator Name Dr. Sunil Prabhakar Phone: 49-46010 Office: LWSN 3144F Hours:Tuesdays,Thu rsdays 10:00 - 11:00 Dr. Lorenzo Martino Phone: Office: HAAS 144 Hours: Wednesday, Friday 11:00-12:00 E-Mail Address [email protected] [email protected] Time/Location Time: 12:30 pm - 1:20 pm, Tuesday and Thursday Location: Robert Heine Pharmacy Building 172 Textbook: There is NO REQUIRED textbook for this class. Any introductory book on Java may be used. Please note that we will be covering Concurrency in Java -- a topic that is often not covered by most textbooks. We will be providing a handout on the topic of concurrency for those students that choose to use a book that does not cover this topic. The Oracle Java website offers a great deal of information about Java (Including a tutorial ) A free book on Java is also available: Think Java. The suggested textbook (see below) does provide very good coverage of concurrency. Suggested Textbook: Title: A Gentle Introduction to Concurrent Programming. Authors: Barry Wittman, Aditya Mathur, Tim Korb. ISBN: 1256486078 Will also be available shortly as an eBook. NOTE: Any version of this book is fine. You do not need the latest version. Slides and Class Notes CS 180 -- Course Syllabus
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IMPORTANT: We recommend that you print the "notes pages" version of the slides and use them to keep notes during lecture and recitation. You will want to use these modified slides to study for your exams and projects. Directory of all the slides. iClickers CS 180 uses iClickers . These clickers will be used several times each class for quizzes and short answer questions. If you do not have one already, obtain one as soon as possible. They are available at the local bookstores. We will begin using these clickers the first day of class. You will likely use your clicker for many classes here at Purdue. Grades Your grade in this course will be determined according to the following weighting factors: 40% Programming assignments (exact number may change) o Projects 1-3: 2% each (6% total) o Projects 4-5: 5% each (10% total) o Projects 6-8: 8% each (24% total) 15% Lab Assignments 5% Assignments (collected in class) 40% Exams o Exam 1: 10% (Monday, Feb 13, 6:30pm - 7:30 pm, PHYS 112)) o Exam 2: 10% (Monday, Mar 19, 6:30pm - 7:30 pm, PHYS 112) o Exam 3: 20% (TBA) IMPORTANT -- Exams can only be "made up" in extraordinary circumstances if arrangements are made with the CS 180 Instructional Coordinator. Such arrangements
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course CS 180 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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