Marcel turcotte iti 1121 introduction to computing ii

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Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Assignments Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Assignments Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Assignments Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Course Objectives I Our main objective is to develop a strong understanding of abstract data types (ADT), and in particular of lists, stacks, queues and binary search trees. I In order to develop elegant and robust implementations, a good understanding of the concepts of object oriented programming is needed: encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism. I An introduction to graphical user interfaces (GUI) as well input/output systems (I/Os) will be presented. Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Difficulties I The high level concepts are easy to grasp I The main difficulty is to translate these high level concepts into concrete implementations I Do all the assignments! I Do all the laboratories! I Try having a positive attitude towards programming I Smile! Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Difficulties (contd) 20 12.9% A+ 12 7.7% A 13 8.4% A- 13 8.4% B+ 8 5.2% B 2 1.3% C+ 7 4.5% C 5 3.2% D+ 12 7.7% E 11 7.1% F 13 8.4% INC 39 25.2% Withdraw Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Textbook I E. B. Koffman and W. P. A. T. Data Structures: Abstraction and Design Using Java. John Wiley & Sons, 2e edition, 2010. Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Textbook (alternative) Can you recommend a more af- fordable textbook? I E. Koffman and P. Wolfgang ( 2005 ) Objects, Abstraction, Data Structures and Design: Using Java Version 5.0 . Wiley, 880 pages. (ISBN: 0-471-69264-6) Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Textbook (alternative) Can you recommend a more af- fordable textbook? I E. Koffman and P. Wolfgang ( 2005 ) Objects, Abstraction, Data Structures and Design: Using Java . Wiley, 864 pages. (ISBN: 0-471-46756-1) Marcel Turcotte ITI 1121. Introduction to Computing II
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Preamble Syllabus Academic Integrity Content Epilogue Textbook (alternative) Can you recommend an even more affordable textbook? I CSI 1101. Introduction to Computer Science II ISBN = 0-390-38637-5 (or 0-390-384631).
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