6 Respect Arrive on Time (after attendance deemed absent) Listen to Lectures Ask Questions (bonus marks) Listen to fellow students Computer Laboratory Rules –No food or drinks in classroom. –Do not leave garbage at entrance to classroom –During class: (this distracts other students) No FACEBOOK, No computer GAMES, No checking EMAIL No VIDEOS –Students disobeying rules will be asked to leave the classroom. 3X and will be asked to drop the course.
8 Course Outline 1.Theory of Computing 2.Data Handling 3.Current Computers 4.Moving to the Computer (Programming)
9 Textbooks 1.(EO107, EO109) :Structuring Data and Building Algorithms: An ANSI-C Based Approach, Ian Chai and Jonathon White, McGraw-Hill (@ Caves, Contact: Tel : 02-23113000#212 / Fax : 02-2388- 8822 at McGraw-Hill) ISBN: 978-0071271882 (start using next class) 2. (EO107) : (2) Foundations of Computer Science, Behrouz A. Forouzan, Cengage Learning EMEA; 2 edition (December 5, 2007) ISBN 978- 1844807000 (start using class 10) 3.http://www.xiaotu.com/tea/yzu.edu.twhttp://www.xiaotu.com/tea/yzu.edu.tw 4.http://www.sdba.infohttp://www.sdba.info
11 Small Groups Up to 4 per group. Work together on tutorials One member may be called at random to represent the group. The group's mark depends on his/her performance Leader receives bonus marks if group does well.
12 Lets get started… Homework Reading: Chapter 11 of Ian Chai, “Structuring Data and Building Algorithms”