COM 1204 Object-Oriented Design - Summer 2002 - General Information
Professor Futrelle -- College of Computer and Information Sciences, Northeastern U., Boston, MA
(Version of 7/9/2002)
Course description, from the catalogue:
COM 1204 Object-Oriented Design 4 QH
"Introduces the philosophy and methodology of object-oriented
software design and the techniques of object-oriented
programming. Discusses the design and implementation of
individual classes and the tradeoffs in designing collections of
classes. Introduces class libraries and application frameworks.
Examines simple design patterns and compares object-oriented
design to other software design paradigms. Applies
object-oriented design to several medium-sized projects. Prereq.
COM1201 or permission of instructor."
- Northeastern University, and the
College of Computer and Information Sciences, Boston, MA.
- Professor Robert P. Futrelle
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- Grader -- Ms. Zhang:
- Ms. Xin Zhang is a PhD student in the College of Computer and Information Sciences.
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Java Design Patterns: A Tutorial
by James W. Cooper
329 pgs, Addison-Wesley ISBN: 0201485397
- Personal Help:
- Most of the help you get from me occurs during our weekly project meetings.
But if you need help at any time, find me in my office, call, or send
email, or ask in class to set up an appointment. My office hours and
advising hours are Wednesdays, 11:45-1:45.
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- Mondays and Thursdays, 1pm-2:05pm Room 220 Shillman, Wednesdays 2:15-3:20, Room 50 Dodge
Total credit for the projects will be 50% of your entire grade,
with 40% distributed over the meetings (about seven) and 10% for
the final project report. Each student will be allowed one missed
meeting and its corresponding missed assignment. Other than that,
no exceptions. The Midterm Exam will be 20% of your grade and the
Final Exam, 30%.
- Honors Adjunct
- This will consist of exploring the theoretical underpinnings of
the project that the registered Honors students are working on.
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