Meeting Time and Location:
Innovation Hall 132, Thursday, 7:20 - 10:00 pm
Instructor: Prof. Yutao Zhong.
Email: yzhong (at) cs (dot) gmu (dot) edu
Office: STII 419
Office hour: Wednesday 4-6pm, or by appointment
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We will use WebCT (GMU WebCT Home) for this course.
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Tentative plans call for 3 to 4 programming/written assignments. These are to be individual efforts. Missed exams must be arranged with the instructor BEFORE the exam. Documentation of the illness (doctor's note) is required. No early exams will be given and make-up exams are strongly discouraged. Tentative grade distribution is: assignments: 45%, midterm: 20%, final: 30%, participation and quizzes: 5%. A total score of 49 or less will result in F.
NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED WITHOUT DOCUMENTATION FOR ILLNESS, with the following exception: every student of the course is allowed to have a total of 3 FREE LATE DAYS. Consider them as non-transferable, non-replaceable credits and use them wisely. If you wish to use one or more of these, indicate it clearly in your submission. No partial late day is in effect. You need one whole late day to cover a one-hour late submission. Late submissions will not be graded if you have used all three late days. Partial credits are available as long as you document well which parts have been implemented.
There may be opportunities for extra credit on some of the projects or exams. To receive any extra credit for a project, all base functionality of a project must be implemented; extra credit portions of a project can not count in place of required features. Extra extensions other than your late days will not be given for completion of extra credit.
You are expected to abide by the honor code. All assignments and exams are individual efforts. Collaborations on any programming assignment is unacceptable. Please refer to GMU Academic Policies and Computer Science Department Honor Code. Any violation of the honor code will result in a zero of the assignment/exam, and may result in an F for the class.
I will be using MOSS to detect plagiarism in programming assignments.