Instructors: Jim X. Chen
There are all together 100 points:
- Homework assignments (20 points)
- In-class quizzes and exercises (20 points)
- One programming project (30 points)
- A Final Exam (30 points)
Your overall course score, S, will be the sum of these points.
- A: S is at least 90 points
- B: S is at least 75 points
- C: S is at least 60 points
- D: S is at least 40 points
- F: S is fewer than 40 points
Each assignment/project late may not be accepted. Therefore, you should plan on working early. If there is an accident or emergency and you let me know, I will consider it accordingly.
Office hours are posted in my homepage.
GMU Honor Code will be enforced. You are supposed to do your own programmings, assignments, and projects. Violations of GMU Honor Code will result in an F. You may form into study groups, most of size 3. You can meet with your study group and discuss all homework questions and projects freely and frequently in your group. However, you must do your own programmings, assignments, and projects.
Disability Statement: If you have a learning or physical difference that may affect your academic work, you will need to furnish appropriate documentation to GMU Disability Resource Center. If you qualify for accommodation, the DRC staff will give you a form detailing appropriate accommodations for your instructor. If you have such a condition, you must talk to the instructor during the first week of the term about the issue.
Will mostly follow the notes posted accompanying the text book with additions/modifications:
- New notes and sample programs for OpenGL/JOGL 4.x will be posted in Blackboard
2019 by Jim X. Chen, Department of Computer Science, George mason University