Andrew Rau-Chaplin (email@example.com)
Mengdu Li Meng.Du.Li@dal.ca
Neil Burke Neil.Burke@dal.ca
Office Hours: Thurs 1:30
Class: Tues/Thur 10-11:30
Studley COMPUTER SCIENCE 127
Tutorials: Mondays 4:30-7:30 COMPUTER SCIENCE LAB-2 or C/D
All grades will be available on Owl
Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 6/e by M. T. Goodrich, R. Tamassia and M. H. Goldwasser. Available from Amazon or Wiley.
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course website for CS2110. On this site you will find material to
support you in this course. Note that this material is
under development and is likely to change. Material for any lectures we
have yet to cover in class should be treated as provisional.
- Feb 23:If you are interested in playing around with GraphVis as discussed in the bonus question on Assignment 3 you might be interested in this online rendering site so you don't have to install the Graphvis software on your machine.
- Feb 13: Assignment 3 has now been posted.
- Feb 9: Here is a past midterm as an example. It covers more material than we have covered so please ignore the details of Question 6 (although the style is appropriate).
- Feb 9: Tutorial on JUnit and JDocs
- Feb 3: I am extending the deadline for Assignment 2 until Tuesday Feb 10th at 11:59pm.
- Feb 2: For a quick tutorial on Java Generics see here.
- Jan 27: The "Practice Midterm 2 practicum" that we completed in the last tutorial is available here. If you did not attend the tutorial you should try to complete it on your own WITHOUT looking anything up on the internet. It should take you under 90 minutes.
- Jan 25: In the tutorial today we will be doing a practice programming assignment/evaluation.
- Jan 20: Assignment 2 is now available
- Jan 17: Assignments can be submitted and grades will be made available at https://dalhousie.blackboard.com.
- Dec 30: The second tutorial will be on Monday Jan 19 at 4:30pm. Topics:
Dec 30: First Tutorial will be on Monday Jan 12 at 4:30pm. Topics:
- Help on Assignment 1
- You bring the questions! If there are no questions it will be a short tutorial!
- How to log in and create a Java program
- Discussion of Assignment 1 Q1: What is a test plan?
- Tour of Eclipse: Create a project from the Maze example, run it, and trace it using the debugger.
- Dec 30: Your first assignment, Assignment 1, is now available and due Thursday Jan 22nd.
- Dec 30: The lecture notes can be accessed on campus but if you are off campus
you will need a user name and password which I will give you next
- Dec 30: Course outline, Schedule, and Lecture Guide updated.
- Official Description:
This class is a continuation of CSci 1101.03. It uses Java and emphasizes
data structures and algorithms.