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  University of Washington Bothell;   Computing & Software Systems
  CSS 342 A - Mathematical Principles of Computing - Spring 2014

Resources:
Syllabus
C++ Notes
Course Notes/Practice Problems
Assignments and Info
Sample Code
Grading Rubric

How to Succeed Advice
Can you multitask? Hint - NO

C/C++ Info links
Book errata/code (5th, 6th ed)
Carrano's blog

Change Unix Prompt ... file
Lab 320 Linux Guide
C&C Unix Guide
UWB General Computing Info
UW Computing Tools
Starting to use MS Visual Studio
C++ on the Macintosh
Valgrind (memory checker)
dreamspark (Visual Studio)

Academic/behavioral Conduct
Disability Resources (DRS)
UWB Quantitative Skills Center
UWB Writing Center

Dr. Carol Zander   zander@u.washington.edu     http://faculty.washington.edu/zander

This fast-paced course sequence (with CSS 343) is intended to bring entering students' backgrounds up to a level where they can take Junior and Senior level CSS courses. By the end of this quarter, you will be familiar with much of the C++ language and the basics of object-oriented programming. You will understand how to analyze a problem and design a solution. You will know many basic data structures, algorithms, and the tradeoffs among memory, running time, and implementation time associated with them. Topics include: data abstraction, recursion, computational complexity and algorithm analysis, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, searching and sorting, templates, and introductory object-oriented programming and design. Additional discrete math topics are covered including number bases and representation, mathematical induction, propositional and predicate logic.

Electronically submit your assignments using catalyst:   Dropbox

Post a question (or an answer) at   Q/A page, Message Board

  • Post questions (or answers), but do not post your code (okay to include a code snippet)
  • Please use an appropriate, clear subject
  • Do not post unnecessary messages such as "thank you" .
  • Do not carry on a personal conversation
    Note:  
    The CSS windows lab is UW1-310, the CSS linux lab is UW1-320.
    (School general lab is in UW2-140.)
    There are tutors available in 310 or 320 to help with your programs.  

    Do not allow non-CSS students in our labs (most importantly so they will not consume our resources). If resource consumption is abused, your lab fee will be increased.