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CS 10051–600 Introduction to Computer Science. Dr. Angela Guercio Spring 2010. Class Instructor. Angela Guercio Office: 424, Main Hall Phone : 330 244 3424 (KSU ext 53424) Best way to contact me: aguercio@kent.edu Office Hours: MW 11:00am - 12:00pm 4:00pm – 6:00pm

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class instructor
Class Instructor
  • Angela Guercio
    • Office: 424, Main Hall
    • Phone: 330 244 3424 (KSU ext 53424)
    • Best way to contact me: aguercio@kent.edu
    • Office Hours:
    • MW 11:00am - 12:00pm4:00pm – 6:00pm
    • other times are available by appointment
lab instructor
Lab Instructor
  • Prof. Judith Edwards
    • Office: 310, Main Hall
    • Phone: 330 244-3319 (KSU ext. 53319)
    • Best way to contact me:

jedwar9@kent.edu

    • Office Hours:
      • F 2:00– 3:00pm until Mar. Other times are available by appointment
the syllabus the webpage
The Syllabus: the Webpage
  • Class web page
    • http://www.personal.kent.edu/~aguercio/Spring10/CS10051Sp10.html

or simply reach

http://www.personal.kent.edu/~aguercio

and select your course

Check the class webpage regularly!

All important

class information will be posted there.

the syllabus the textbook
The Syllabus: The Textbook
  • Nell Dale and John Lewis – Computer Science Illuminated – Jones and Bartlett, 4th Ed, 2010, ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7646-6 with attached bundle in C++.
    • Online resources: http://csilluminated.jbpub.com/3e/
  • R. Mark Meyer - Explorations in Computer Science - Jones and Bartlett, 2nd Ed., 2006, ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3832-7
    • If you buy a used manual, be sure the pages are clean and never written before.
the syllabus grading
The Syllabus: Grading
  • Part I
  • Lab Attendance and Reports 25%
  • Part II
  • Homework 10%
  • Exam 1 15%
  • Exam 2 15%
  • Exam 3 15%
  • Final Exam 20%

HW and Lab LatePenalty: 3 points a day

passing grade
Passing Grade
  • TO PASS THE COURSE, YOU MUST PASS PART I and PART II INDEPENDENTLY!
  • i.e. an A in PART II and an F in PART I, is NOT a passing grade.
exams
Exams
  • Pop Quizzes might be given.
  • 3Exams (100 points each)
  • Final Exam (100 points) - comprehensive
  • No Make-up exams
    • Except in extreme case and only if I have been notified prior the exam has been issued
homework and labs
Homework and Labs
  • No late assignment accepted after the assignment is graded and returned.
  • You may discuss the interpretation of the assignment/lab with your classmates, however you may not discuss possible solutions.
    • Copied solution of an individual assignment will receive a zero grade
  • NO HAND WRITTEN HW ACCEPTED.
    • e-mail HW accepted WITH printed copy for grading.
the syllabus requirements
The Syllabus: Requirements
  • Class and Lab attendance is MANDATORY.
    • If you miss a class/lab, let me know ahead of time
      • if you miss more than 4 classes/labs without a documented reason or without making prior arrangements with me, your final grade will be dropped one grade (A to B, B+ to C+ and so on).
    • You are responsible for bringing yourself up-to-date on class material and assignments
  • Reading material before class is required
the syllabus important dates
The Syllabus: Important Dates
  • Last day to drop the class:
    • without Wgrade:Jan 31
    • with Wgrade:April 4
  • Exam 1: Mon., Feb 15
  • Exam 2: Mon., March 8
  • Exam 3: Mon, Apr 12
  • Final Exam: Wed., May 12 (1:00pm-3:00pm)
  • Spring Recess:March 29 - April 4
  • Classes End: May 8, 2010
the syllabus other information
The Syllabus: Other Information
  • Academic Honesty Policy
    • Cheating or plagiarism is considered a serious academic offense and will result in receiving a failing grade for the work of the course. Repeated offenses result in dismissal from the University.
  • Code of Conduct
    • As indicated in The Digest of Rules and Regulations that you can find in the University Telephone directory.
the syllabus other information14
The Syllabus: Other Information
  • Students with Disabilities
    • for accommodations contact the disability coordinator on campus, Kelly Kulick in Student Accessibility Services, located in the Student Success Center, lower level of the Campus Center, phone (330) 244-5047, or kkulick@kent.edu.
  • Emergency
    • In case of an emergency please contact the security on campus.
    • Security phone on campus:  #53123
    • Security cell phone (330) 705-0430 or, of course, 911.
    • I recommend that you program into your cell phone the previous numbers.
overview of the course
Overview of the course
  • What is Computer Science?
  • Binary Numbers and Number Systems
  • Data Representation
  • Gates and Circuits  
  • Computing Components
  • Low-Level Programming
  • Problem Solving and Algorithm Design
  • Abstract Data Types and Subprograms
  • High-Level Programming Languages: C++ 
  • Operating Systems
  • Simulation, Graphics, Gaming
  • Networks
  • The World Wide Web
  • Limitation of Computing
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