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lecture-1-aug23 - CS 178: Programming with Multimedia...

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Unformatted text preview: CS 178: Programming with Multimedia Objects Aditya P. Mathur Professor of Computer Sciences Purdue University, West Lafayette August 23, 2004 Last update: August 23, 2004 Course Introduction Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 2 Learning Objectives How to develop and test simple programs in Java using graphical user interfaces, images, and sounds. What is computing and how it is used in various disciplines, e.g. Bio, Chemistry, Math, Physics. How to work in small groups. Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 3 Ideal Clients Those with none to very little experience with programming. Those who want to acquire programming skills for use in their own field of interest. Non-CS majors who want to use computing to solve problems in their own disciplines. Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 4 Course Organization Quizzes: During lectures. 30 quizzes, best 25 considered. Total: 5 points. Midterm exams: Sept 22 and Oct 25, 7-8:30pm. EE 270. Total: 30 points. Lectures: MW. Recitation: F. Labs: W, Th, F. Laboratory assignments: 15 assignments, best 10 considered. Total: 20 points. Final exam: date to be announced. Total: 25 points. Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 5 Exams Duration: 90 minutes. Final: 2 hours. Open book: You will be allowed to consult your textbook but not any of your notes. Sharing of textbooks during the exam is not allowed. Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 6 Course Organization: Projects Team work: Form groups of 4 each for project work. Contact the instructor for any help you might need in joining a group. 5 projects, best 4 considered. Total: 20 points. All members of a group get the same grade in each project assuming that they have made about equal contributions. Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 7 Groups: Responsibilities Ensure that each member of the group knows what is her/his responsibility on each project. Collaborate with each other and solve the problem assigned on each project. It is a good idea to select a group leader who will delegate tasks in a democratic way to members of the team. Members of a group get equal grade ONLY IF they do equal work. Course Introduction Aditya P....
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