If you find a used copy of the 5th edition, that's fine, too. You can access these machines via an ssh client to ccc. We will be using the GNU C compiler gcc. You will be given instructions on how to use the compiler during the lab sessions.
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If you find a used copy of the 6th edition, that's fine, too. You can access these machines via an ssh client to ccc. We will be using the GNU C compiler gcc. You will be given instructions on how to use the compiler during the lab sessions. Exams are tentatively scheduled for November 8, November 27, and December You must have a passing average on the exams in order to pass the course. We may lower this threshold if the exam averages are low; the threshold will not be raised.
Exams are closed-book, closed-notes. You may bring in one sheet of notes one paper, 8. You may not use any computers, calculators, cellphones, or other electronic devices during the exams. There are no makeups for exams. Absence from an exam will be excused only for medical or emergency reasons. A note from your doctor or from the Office of Academic Advising will be required. In such cases your final grade will be recorded as Incomplete and you will be allowed to take a makeup exam the next time the course is offered.
Assignments will be due at 5pm on Tuesdays see the Late Policy , below. No extra credit or makeup homework assignments will be given. To get credit for a lab you must attend at your scheduled time, actively work on the assignment during the lab period, and use turnin to turn in your work at the end of the lab period. Each lab will be graded as either credit 1 or no credit 0. Your lowest lab grade will be dropped. There are no makeups for labs.
This will consist of one or two questions related to recently-covered lecture material or homework problems. Each group assignment will be graded as either credit 1 or no credit 0.
There are no makeups for in-class assignments. Labs and In-class group work Collaboration is encouraged for labs and in-class group work. Exams Exams are to be done individually. Homework You have the option of working with a partner on the homework assignments, if you wish.
If you decide to work with a partner, you will have the same partner throughout the term, and both partners will receive the same grade on any given assignment. Here is more information about working with a homework partner. In the following discussion of Academic Honesty as it pertains to homework in CS, sharing between members of a homework pair is encouraged. Cheating will not be tolerated. If you are unsure whether a given activity would constitute cheating, ask the instructor.
Late Policy Late homework will be accepted within 24 hours of the due date. Beyond that, late homework will incur a 25 percent penalty. Any homework turned in after the hour grace period will receive a grade of zero. Homework Submission Policy Homework must be submitted using the web-based turnin program.
Homework submitted by any other means paper, email, etc. Students with Disabilities Students with disabilities who believe that they may need accomodations in this class are encouraged to contact the Disability Services Office DSO as soon as possible to ensure that such accomodations are implemented in a timely fashion. Schedule Note: the instructor reserves the right to change the order of topics or the dates of the exams, if necessary. Chapters , Chapter 9 sections 9.
Lecture 1 handout Lecture 2 handout Lecture 3 handout 1 Lecture 3 handout 2. Chapter 5 Lecture 4 objectives Lecture 5 objectives Lecture 6 objectives Lecture 7 objectives. Lecture 4 handout 1 Lecture 4 handout 2 Lecture 5 handout Lecture 6 handout 1 Lecture 6 handout 2 Lecture 6 handout 3 Lecture 7 handout 1 Lecture 7 handout 2. Chapter 6 sections 6. Lecture 8 handout 1 Sample Exam 1. Lecture 8 handout 2 Lecture 8 handout 3 Lecture 8 handout 4.
Chapter 8 skim sections 8. Lecture 12 handout 1 Lecture 12 handout 2 Lecture 14 handout 1 Lecture 14 handout 2 Lecture 14 handout 3 Lecture 14 handout 4 Lecture 15 handout 1 Lecture 15 handout 2 Sample Exam 2. Chapter 12 sections Section Sections Lecture 22 handout 1 Lecture 22 handout 2 Lecture 22 handout 3 Lecture 22 handout 4 Lecture 23 handout.
Lecture 26 objectives Lecture 27 - Review Lecture 28 - Exam 3. Exam 3 topics Sample Exam 3.
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If you find a used copy of the 6th edition, that's fine, too. You can access these machines via an ssh client to ccc. We will be using the GNU C compiler gcc. You will be given instructions on how to use the compiler during the lab sessions. Exams are tentatively scheduled for November 8, November 27, and December
Explain iterative waterfall and spiral model for software life cycle and various activities in each phase. The deign phase is responsible for creating architectural view of the software. The implementation phase in which the software design is transformed into coding. Testing is a kind of phase in which the developed software component is fully tested. Usually there are six task regions.
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Define Software Engineering The establishment and use of sound engineering principles in order to obtain economically software that is reliable and works efficiently on real machines. Differentiate Software engineering methods, tools and procedures. Tools: Automated or semi automated support for methods. Procedures : Holds the methods and tools together. It enables the timely development of computer software.