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Additional Contributors
Debugging
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Dwight Deugo ([email protected])
Nesa Matic ([email protected])
Confidential Date | EPL Information, if 2005 |
2005 by Espirity Inc.; made available |under theOther v1.0 | Feb 28, necessary
CS 220 Programming Methodology Syllabus
General Course Description (from catalog):
Development of individual skills necessary for designing, implementing, testing and modifying
larger programs, including: use of integrated design environments, design stra
CS 220 Programming Methodology Syllabus
General Course Description (from catalog):
Development of individual skills necessary for designing, implementing, testing and modifying
larger programs, including: use of integrated design environments, design stra
Recap
Sequences of Independent Trials
Binomial Law
Applications
Wrap Up
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 6:
Independent Trials and the Binomial Law
Benjamin M. Marlin
College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fall 2015
CMPSCI 240
Recap
Conditional Probability
Conditional Laws
Sequential Experiments
Wrap Up
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 4
Conditional Probability Laws
Benjamin M. Marlin
College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fall 2015
CMPSCI 240 Lectur
Recap
Properties of Probability Laws
Discrete Probability Laws
Discrete Uniform Law
Wrap Up
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 3
Basic Properties of Probability Laws
Benjamin M. Marlin
College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fall
Sets
Set Operations
Experiments and Events
Probabilistic Models
Wrap Up
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 2
Foundations of Probability
Benjamin M. Marlin
College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fall 2015
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 2
Benj
How to Write Basic Probability Proofs
Benjamin M. Marlin
September 14, 2013
This supplemental note shows a few dierent ways of writing-up the same basic proof. Well use
the proof that P (Ac ) = 1 P (A) as our example. The rst key in writing proofs is unde
Recap
Total Probability
Bayes Rule
Independence
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 5:
Total Probability, Bayes Rule and Independence
Benjamin M. Marlin
College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fall 2015
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 5
Benjami
Introduction
Applications of Probability
Examples
Course Logistics
Sets and Elements
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 1: Introduction
Benjamin M. Marlin
College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fall 2015
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 1
Benj
Recap
Counting
Permutations
k-Permutations
Combinations
Partitions
Wrap Up
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 7:
Counting
Benjamin M. Marlin
College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fall 2015
CMPSCI 240 Lecture 7
Benjamin M. Marlin
Name: E
CMPSCI 240: Reasoning Under Uncgtainty
Midterm Exam A
Oct. 2, 2013. Start 7:00pm. End 9:00pm.
ID:
Instructions:
Answer the questions directly on the exam pages.
Show all your work for each question. Giving more detail including comments and e
THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION: MINI PAPER 1
Ronit Arora,
Professor Noa Milman, PhD,
Sociology 110,
17 February 2015
Option 1: Analyze the Everyday Item Coffee from a Sociological Perspective
The Sociological Imagination, a term introduced by the American S
Revision: 09/20/2012
Cmp Sci 220: In-class activity for the Decorator Design Pattern:
Refactoring to use the Decorator design pattern: Proposed Solution
public class DecoratorAfter cfw_
public interface I cfw_ void doIt();
public static class A implement
Revision: 09/20/2012
Cmp Sci 220: In-class activity for the Decorator Design Pattern:
Refactoring to use the Decorator design pattern
Take a few minutes to look over this code by yourself. Determine what execution of the method
DecoratorBefore.main() prod
Revision: 09/20/2012
Cmp Sci 220: In-class activity for the Decorator Design Pattern:
How does the code below reflect usage of the Decorator pattern? What does execution of the
AddDemo.main() method produce? Take a few minutes to look over the code by you
Learning Objectives
CMPSCI 220
Programming Methodology
Fall 2012
Students will develop an understanding of
the concept of software quality
! Students will develop an understanding of
the learning objectives for CMPSCI 220
! Students will understand the or
public List<int[]> getThem() cfw_
List<int[]> list1 = new ArrayList<int[]>();
for (int[] x: theList)
if (x[0] = 4)
list1.add(x);
return list1;
_
public List<int[]> getF
Learning Objectives
CMPSCI 220
Programming Methodology
Fall 2012
Students will have an understanding of why
and how to test and debug software
! Students will be able to define unit testing
and distinguish it from other kinds of testing
! Students will kn
Learning Objectives
CMPSCI 220
Programming Methodology
Fall 2012
Students will understand the meaning and
value of design principles and design patterns
! Students will understand the Strategy Pattern
and its associated design principles
! Students will b
Revision: 9/11/2012
Cmp Sci 220: In-class activity for the Strategy Design Pattern:
A simple calculator
How are the Strategy pattern and its associated design principles reflected in the code below?
Take a few minutes to look the code over by yourself. Th
Revision: 9/11/2012
Cmp Sci 220: In-class activity for the Strategy Design Pattern:
A two-dimensional plotting class
Consider the Java classes sketched below, intended for use in plotting two-dimensional graphs
and allowing a variety of styles (points, li
Learning Objectives
CMPSCI 220
Programming Methodology
Fall 2012
Students will understand the role, value and
organization of Effective Java and its ilk.
! Students will be aware of alternatives for
creating Java objects
! Students will know when, why and
Learning Objectives
CMPSCI 220
Programming Methodology
Fall 2012
Students will more deeply understand the
role, value and organization of Effective Java.
! Students will know to minimize accessibility
and mutability, and maximize encapsulation.
! Students
Revision: 9/18/2012
Cmp Sci 220: In-class activity for EJ Item Favor Composition:
Adding various kinds of emphasis to words in text
Below is a sketch of a Java class for processing a stream of text and adding emphasis to those
words that match according t
Revision: 9/18/2012
Cmp Sci 220: In-class activity for EJ Item Favor Composition:
A possible solution
[For extra practice, you might add code to UpperCaseWordEmphasizer to support the
Singleton Pattern.]
public interface Matcher cfw_ public boolean matche
Item 20: Prefer Class Hierarchy to
Tagged Classes
CMPSCI 220
Programming Methodology
Fall 2012
!
class Figure cfw_
enum Shape cfw_ RECT, CIRCLE ; / or int codes
final Shape shape; / the tag field
double length; / for rectangles only
double width;
double r
THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION: MINI PAPER 1
Ronit Arora,
Professor Noa Milman, PhD,
Sociology 110,
17 February 2015
Option 1: Analyze the Everyday Item Coffee from a Sociological Perspective
The Sociological Imagination, a term introduced by the American S