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1 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 1Winter Quarter Course Organization Lecture 1

2 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 2Winter Quarter Topics For Today This Year and This Quarter Meet the Instructional Team Meet Each Other ENG H192 Course Organization Review the ENG H192 Course Syllabus "Hands-On" Activities for ENG H192 Design Project for ENG H192 What Is a Computer? What Are Computers Used For?

3 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 3Winter Quarter This Year and This Quarter A Purpose – Fundamentals of Engineering for later courses Another Purpose – Provide a set of skills for later courses AND for co-op / internships Skills? –Au – Sketching, CAD, Reading Drawings, How Things Work, Teamwork, Engineering Design –Wi – Programming in C/C++/MATLAB, Data Acquisition and Analysis, Teamwork, Engr Design –Sp – Putting It All Together, Drawing, CAD, Programming, Project Planning, Mgmt, Documentation, Engr Design & Build, TEAMWORK, Competition

4 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 4Winter Quarter Instructor: Rick Freuler Coordinator, Fundamentals of Engineering for Honors Program Senior Researcher, Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Associate Director, Aero-Astro Research Laboratory Office: 244H Hitchcock Hall Lovely little closet inside Hitchcock 244 at north end of 2nd floor Office ph: (VM) Home ph: (before 9pm) Introductions

5 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 5Winter Quarter Introductions Teaching 1:30: In the classroom – Ted Pavlic – Joe Ryan – In the "hands-on" lab – Aaron Lambert* – David Hawn – * Lab GTA/Presenter

6 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 6Winter Quarter Introductions Teaching 3:30: In the classroom – Lori Engelhardt – Zak Schank – In the "hands-on" lab – James Copus* – Eric Schmidt – * Lab GTA/Presenter

7 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 7Winter Quarter Self Introductions Introduce yourself to the person beside you. Tell her or him your name, hometown, and most favorite or fun experience of your winter break. Introduce the person beside you to the persons across the table, including hometown and favorites.

8 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 8Winter Quarter ENG H192 Course Syllabus Course Meeting Times and Places: –Lecture/Discussion in Room 206/346 –Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays/Wednesdays –Hands-on Lab in Room 208 –Most (but not all) Wednesdays/Thursdays Instructional Team Roles

9 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 9Winter Quarter ENG H192 Course Objectives THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO HELP YOU: Understand engineering Appreciate various disciplines Experience the design process Learn and practice fundamental skills Learn graphics and computer applications Develop study, teamwork, and communication skills

10 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 10Winter Quarter ENG H192 Course Objectives THIS COURSE WILL ENABLE YOU TO: Solve engineering problems Develop computer algorithms Acquire working knowledge of C, Unix, programming, MATLAB, editing Experience some hands-on engineering lab activities

11 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 11Winter Quarter Hands-On Activities Learn some data acquisition system fundamentals Measure and analyze rocket engine performance Collect data with a simple real-time data acquisition system Ride a bicycle and learn more about stress and strain

12 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 12Winter Quarter Hands-On Activities Learn some basic digital logic circuit concepts Dissect a common appliance and eat some ice cream Program a microprocessor to control a "real- world" device Build and analyze a simple analog power supply

13 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 13Winter Quarter Design Project A small design/build experience is included as a part of ENG H192. It will: Be a software-based project Utilize the Handy Board controller (which is used to control the robots in ENG H193) Involve sensors and real-time programming Require good software documentation

14 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 14Winter Quarter Evaluation / Course Grades COURSE GRADES TO BE BASED ON: DAILY ASSIGNMENTS 1.0%)26.0% MIDTERM EXAMS 11%)22.0% LAB REPORTS 2.5%)17.5% QUIZZES 2%)12.0% JOURNAL ENTRIES 0.3%) 3.0% DESIGN PROJECT 5.5%) 5.5% FINAL EXAM 14%) 14.0%

15 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 15Winter Quarter Materials And Supplies ENG H192 "COURSE PACKET" WINTER 2003 EDITION "Class Notes - Region One Unix Manual" "Lecture Notes - ENG H192" "Daily Assignments - ENG H192

16 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 16Winter Quarter Materials And Supplies Required Text - "C How To Program", by Deitel & Deitel, 3rd Ed. Required Text – MATLAB – An Introduction with Applications, by Gilat Access Required Text - "The New Way Things Work", by Macauley Floppy Disks (3.5 HD) or 100mb Zip Disk 3-ring Notebook

17 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 17Winter Quarter Materials And Supplies And from Autumn quarter you will need and find helpful: Access Required Text - "Tools and Tactics of Design", by Dominick Access Required Text – A Guide to Writing as an Engineer", by Beer

18 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 18Winter Quarter What You Will Learn Engineering problem solving C programming language Language standards Programming conventions Unix tools Computer applications MATLAB computational package Laboratory report format

19 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 19Winter Quarter What Is A Computer ? A system or device capable of performing computations and making logical decisions at speeds in excess of billions per second. Computers process data under the control of sets of instructions called computer programs--those who write the programs are computer programmers. The various devices comprise the hardware. The collection of programs is the software. What is firmware?

20 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 20Winter Quarter Hitchcock Hall Computer Systems Rm 346 PC Servers SGI Server Second Floor Rm 206 Rm 324/42 NETWORK Rm 224 Labs Password Reqd 2 nd Password Reqd

21 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 21Winter Quarter Simplified Computer Organization Computer can be divided into six logical units: Input unit -- the "receiving" section Output unit -- the "shipping" department Memory unit -- like a stockroom in a store Arithmetic & logic unit -- like "manufacturing" Central processing unit -- "management" –Note: The ALU is often considered part of the CPU Secondary storage -- high capacity warehouse

22 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 22Winter Quarter Engineers Use Computers For DATA ACQUISITION DEVICE CONTROL COMMUNICATION GAMES EXPERT SYSTEMS PROCESS CONTROL DATA ANALYSIS COMPUTATIONS SIMULATION RECORD KEEPING AUTOMATION GRAPHICS ROBOTICS

23 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 23Winter Quarter Some Uses For Computer Chips ENGINES WATCHES ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEMS FAX MACHINES ELEVATORS CAMERAS GASOLINE PUMPS THERMOSTATS MOBILE PHONES BURGLAR ALARMS TREADMILLS GREETING CARDS CALCULATORS ANSWERING MACHINES ATMs PERSONAL COMPUTERS MICROWAVES GAMES

24 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 24Winter Quarter Languages And Applications GENERALSPECIALAPPLICATIONS BASICMATHCADEXCEL PASCALMATLABWORD COBOLMATHEMATICACADKEY FORTRANMAPLEPOWERPOINT C/C++AXUMLABVIEW LISP

25 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 25Winter Quarter Finding A Solution To Problems The solution to a problem involves executing a series of actions in a specific order. The procedure for solving a problem expressed in terms of: 1. The actions to be executed, and 2. The order in which they are to be executed Is called an algorithm.

26 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 26Winter Quarter Control Structures CONTROL STRUCTURES FOR THE ORDER OF EXECUTION ARE: SEQUENCE SELECTION REPETITION ABSTRACTION

27 Engineering H192 - Computer Programming Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Lect 1P. 27Winter Quarter Part Of The Art Of Programming The most important thing in life is showing up. Woody Allen The most important thing in computer programming is SYNTAX. Mike Miller Programming is NOT a spectator sport. To become good you must practice - practice - practice. Rick Freuler


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