Collaboration: Solo Complete this Project by yourself or with help from Section Leaders and Rick
You are asked to write the non-graphical user interface aspects of the popular game Minesweeper. This project
has the following goals:
Project: LinkedPriorityList<E> implements PriorityList<E>
Collaboration: Complete this project only with help from UofA Section Leaders and the course materials (books,
presentations, code demos). Do not give your code to anyone or copy any code. Do not e
Programming Assignment: ArrayPriorityList<E>
Collaboration Solo: Complete this by yourself with help from section leaders and Rick and code from
our book, lectures, and section. Note: It could be difficult to not get 100% code coverage in unit tests
Boggle4 An Event Driven GUI
Collaboration: Complete this iteration with your pair-programming partner that you signed up with.
Otherwise, complete this solo.
Using your well-tested modelthe classes BoggleTray and Boggleimplement an event driven GUI. The f
Boggle 3: A Console Based Game Turn in to D2L DropBox "Boggle3Console"
Once you have submitted to WebCat to get your correctness score for class Boggle, write a console
based program (with a main method) that begins by showing a randomly generated BoggleT
Boggle Iteration 2: Class Boggle to WebCat
Collaboration: This is the second iteration of Boggle to be completed with the same partner from part 1 (or
solo if not on a team): Do not use, show, or look at any other person or team's code.
For this second it
Assignment: Probabilistic Text Generation
Collaboration: Complete this in a team of two (or could be solo). You may get help from Section Leaders, Rick, 127B
Powerpoint Presentations, and section handouts.
In this project you are asked to use different da
OrderedSet<E extends Comparable<E>
Develop class OrderedSet<E extends Comparable<E> as a generic collection that stores nodes in a binary
search tree data structure. Each node has a reference to data, a left binary search tree, and a right binary search t
Algorithm: Removing Nodes from a Binary Search Tree
As you are implementing this remove algorithm, remember to test, test, test! You will build up a test driver as you test for
special cases to the most difficult, which is Case 4 when the node to be remov
Game of Twenty Questions
Collaboration: Complete this by yourself. You may get help from Section Leaders or Rick
Credits: This project is one of several resulting from the Apprenticeship learning approach of Owen Astrachan (Duke),
Robert Smith (North Caro
Programming Project: Game of Life
Collaboration Solo: All work must be your own with optional help from UofA section leaders
The Game of Life was invented by John Conway to simulate the birth and death of cells in a society. The
following rules govern the