EEE110 - Computer Programming (2019-2020 Spring)
Office Hours by Reservation via e-mail
Venue: Dr Zor's Office
Date&Time: 09:00-10:00 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Venue: D104 Class, Entrance Floor, M2 Building
Date&Time: 09:15-12:00 on Fridays
Lecture Slide for Week 1: Course Introduction and Scope
Lecture Slide for Week 2: Introduction to Computers and Programming
Lecture Slide for Week 3: Introduction to C++ Programming Language
Lecture Slide for Week 4: Control Structures
Lecture Slide for Week 5: Functions
Lecture Slide for Week 6: Arrays and Vectors
Lecture Slide for Week 7: Pointers and Strings
Lecture Slide for Week 8: Structured Data and Advanced File Operations
Venue: Computer Laboratory 2, Floor 2, M3 Building
Date&Time: 13:15-15:00 on Thursdays
Lab Slide for Week 1: Introduction to C++ Programming Language
Students are responsible for preparing a paper in order to benchmark C++ with two of the Top 5 programming languages (Python, Java, C, and R) assessed by IEEE Spectrum and recommend the most appropriate one for the next year's course by clarifying their grounds in a scientific manner.
Rule 1. IEEE Conference Paper Template for LaTeX will be used within any LaTeX editor.
Rule 3. After finishing the paper, a compressed folder containing LaTeX files and named as student number will be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, a portable document file (PDF) of the paper will be uploaded to Academic Plagiarism Detector by creating a student account (Class ID: 24133564 and Enrollment Key: Assignment1; Please note that during upload, students must choose single-file upload as submit option). Students can immediately see their similarity reports and overwrite the reports until the deadline given below. If a similarity report of a paper shows a percentage which equals to or greater than 30% (after the exclusion of bibliography), that paper will not be admitted for the evaluation.
Deadline: 23 April 2020, Thursday, 17:00.
Example for Midterm Exam: Download
10 February 2020: Main course and laboratory session will start on 21 February and 5 March 2020 respectively.
21 February 2020: Venue of the main course has been changed to D104. (It was formerly DK04)
17 March 2020: The extended deadline of Assignment 1 is now 23 April 2020, Thursday, 17:00.