CS415 Introduction to Computer Science I

Course Outline

Topics: Theory and practice of computer science. Algorithm development and analysis; data abstraction techniques; elementary data structures; and programming with imperative languages and functional languages. Computer systems and applications. Intended for CS majors. More...
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Credits: 4
Section: 01
Semester: Spring 2007
Date/Time: Lectures: MWF 11:10 am - 12:00 pm, Nesmith 326,
Seminars: TR 8:10-9:30 am, Nesmith 329.
Instructor: Radim Bartos
Office: Nesmith 306, rbartos AT cs.unh.edu, http://www.cs.unh.edu/~rbartos,
Phone: (603) 862-3792, Fax (603) 862-3493.
Office hours: MWF 10-11 am or by appointment.
GTA: Jordan Thayer
Office: Nesmith 324
jtd7 AT unh.edu
Office hours: TR 1-3 pm or by appointment
Teaching method: Lectures, seminars, and programming projects.
Homeworks: Problems and programming projects given approximately once a week. Homeworks are due at the beginning of a class on the day they are due. Late homeworks will be accepted with penalty (5% one day, 10% two days, 20% three days, 40% four days, no credit given after four days).
Exams: Two 80 min in-class exams (late February and mid April) and a two-hour final. Weekly short quizzes. No "make-up" exams or quizzes will be given except for documented medical or serious family reasons.
Grading: 50% assignments, 15% in-class exams, 15% final exam, 20% quizzes. The two lowest quiz grades will be dropped. Grading scale: 95% and above: A, 90% and above: A-, 87% and above: B+, 83% and above: B, 80% and above: B-, 77% and above: C+, 73% and above: C, 70% and above: C-, ...
Text: Walter Savitch: Absolute C++, Second ed., Addison Wesley, ISBN 0-321-33023-4.