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### CSE1311Introductory Programming for Engineers & Scientists

Dong-Chul Kim

Biomedical Computing & Intelligent System Lab

Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering

University of Texas at Arlington

Information

- Classroom: ERB129
- Office: ERB205
- Office Hours
- Monday and Wednesday, 2:30pm~3:30pm
- or by appointment
- or if door is open

- Email Address
- Class website
- http://biomecis.uta.edu/~dkim/cse1311/14sum/

Our Goals

- Master basic skill of C programming language
- Introduction to program design and problem solving using the C programming language.
- Programming topics include control structures, functions, arrays, pointers, and file I/O.

- Practice how to program the algorithm for solving a given problem

Textbook

- No required textbook
- Reference books:
- C Primer Plus (5th Edition) by Stephen Prata
- C By Discovery (4th Edition) by W. D. Foster and L. S. Foster

Grading

- Homework 25%
- Labs 25%
- Midterm Exam 25%
- Final Exam 25%
- No attendance will be checked.
- But if you miss class for any reason, it is your responsibility to make up for it by studying the slides posted on the course webpage

Homework

- All assignments will be posted on the course website and announced in class.
- Missing class for any reason in case.

- Assignment is due at the beginning of class on the date specified on the assignment.
- No homework in the class

- No late assignments will be accepted except for university-excused absences with documentation submitted.
- Start when it is assigned

- Two exams, including Midterm exam and Final exam.
- Reviews

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