COM1317 Transaction Processing
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Final grade is available now.
You can download some Java files for the project here.
Assignment 6 is due next Tuesday May 27.
Assignment 5 is due next Tuesday May 20.
Download Java example files at http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/jshan/com1317/project/example/
Midterm will be given in May 05. It will include everything we have covered by then, i.e. Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 10.
Assignment 4 is out today. It is due April 28.
The web form is available now!
Assignment 3 is available now.
April 4, 03 Assignment 2 is due next Tuesday (April 8).
For those who missed our last lecture, quiz one is available here.
Mar.26,03 Assignment 1 is available now. Please see the assignments page for details.
- Download ps pdf
- Jing Shan
- Office: 143 CN
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- WWW: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/jshan/com1317/
Class Meeting Time:
- M, Tu, Thur 1:35-2:40p.m.
- 315 SH
- 3:00p.m. - 4:00p.m. Tuesday or by appointment
Transactional Information Systems
By Gerhard Weikum and Gottfried Vossen
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Final exam: 50%
Late assignments and projects will receive 20% penalty. No assignment or project is accepted one week after it due date.
You must obtain at least a C average on the exams to obtain a C or above in the course. Failing grades on the in-class exams will mean a failing grade in the course, regardless of the assignments and projects.
Policy on I's : If you have taken the the midterm with a C average or better and done your homework and projects and you have a written medical excuse for not taking the final exam, you may be eligible for an I. In this case, you must write a contract with the instructor spelling out how the incomplete will be resolved. After a year, an incomplete becomes an F.
- Academic Honesty: Northeastern University is committed to the principles of intellectual honesty and integrity. All members of the Northeastern Community are expected to maintain complete honesty in all academic work, presenting only that which is their own work in tests and assignments. If you have any questions regarding the proper attribution of the work of others, contact your instructor prior to submitting the work for evaluation.
- Professor Salzberg's COM1317 course homepage.
- Homepage for the textbook
Last updated 04/28/03