ITI1121 - Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue ITI 1121 Introduction to Computing II Marcel Turcotte(with contributions from R

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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II Marcel Turcotte (with contributions from R. Holte) School of Information Technology and Engineering University of Ottawa Version of January 5, 2011 Please don’t print these lecture notes unless you really need to! Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Administration Objectives: 1. Learning the requirements for this course 2. Understanding the consequences of plagiarism Lectures: I www.site.uottawa.ca/ turcotte/teaching/iti-1121 I web5.uottawa.ca/mcs-smc/academicintegrity/home.php I www.uottawa.ca/plagiarism.pdf Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Motd Finally, our findings have significant implications for the education of tomorrow’s scientists and science policy and funding. Scientists will need to be completely computationally and mathematically literate, and by 2020 , it will simply not be possible to do science without such literacy. 2020 Science. Microsoft Research Report research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/cambridge/projects/towards2020science/ Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Attention! I Any change to the syllabus must be discussed today! I After that, it is considered set in stone for the semester ! Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Contact details I Tuesday 10:00–11:30 and Thursday 8:30–10:00 (CBy D 207) I Office hours: to be determined I www.site.uottawa.ca/ turcotte/teaching/iti-1121 I virtualcampus.uottawa.ca I [email protected] I Office STE 5-003 I (613) 562-5800, 6660 Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue About me I 1995 Ph.D. Computer Science and Operations Research (Universit´ e de Montr´ eal) I 1995-97 University of Florida (Chemistry) I 1997-00 Imp´ erial Cancer Research Fund, London/UK I Coordinator of the multidisciplinary master degree program in bioinformatics I B.Sc. Computer Science, with bio-informatics option Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Evaluation I Midterm test: 20 % I Final exam: 40 % I Assignments (4): 30 % I Laboratories (12): 10 % The combined mark for the examinations must be at least 50%, a failure to the examinations implies a failure for the course! Marcel Turcotte
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ITI1121 - Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue ITI 1121 Introduction to Computing II Marcel Turcotte(with contributions from R

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