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50 198 492 Advanced Java

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50 198 492 Advanced Java

50 198 325 Java application spring 2010

Instructor Dawei Hong BSB 308 (6699) dhong@camden.rutgers.edu

    Class TTH 1:30-2:50pm BSB 118 Office hours TTH 12:20-1:30

    thText W. Savitch, Absolute Java, 4 edition, Addison Wesley, 2010

Course description

    With the prerequisites 50:198:113, this course requires students’ knowledge on object-

    oriented programming equivalent to at least one-semester training on C++ or Python, and

    also, capability to work with IDE independently. However, it does not assume students

    should have any prior experience with Java. A tentative schedule of this class is as

    follows:

    Week 1 CH 1 and 2

    Week 2 CH 2 and 3

    Assignment 1: Programming Project 7 and 10 pp. 163-165

    Week 3 CH 4 and 5

    Week 4 CH 5 and 6

    Assignment 2: Programming Project 2 and 5 pp. 333-335

    Week 5 CH 7

    Week 6 CH 8

    Assignment 3: Programming Project 5 and 6 pp. 510-511

    Week 7 CH 9

    Week 8 CH 10

    Assignment 4: Programming Project 2 and 3 pp. 563-564 and Project 1 p.653

    Week 9 CH 12

    Week 10 CH 13

    Assignment 5: Programming Project 3 and 4 pp. 743-744

    Week 11 CH 17

    Week 12 CH 18

    Assignment 6: Programming Project 3 p. 1010 and Project 1 pp. 1071-1072

    Week 13 CH 18

    Week 14 CH 19 and 20

    Assignment 7, A network game via socket and multithread

    Week 15 Review

Assignments and examination

    ? Hand-in assignment via email: The email subject must be “JavaHW1LastName”.

    The deadline is 11:59pm on the Thursday of the week as listed above. Later hand-

    in will be accepted with 10 points dropped per each day.

    ? Documentation: Each program must well be documented, following the format in

    the text. This counts 10 points per each hand-in.

    ? Compiler: It must be http://www.netbeans.org/downloads/index.html where you

    can free download NetBean 6.8, a well developed, up-dated, and widely used IDE

    for Java, C++, Web programming, etc.

    ? The final exam will be held 2:00-5:00pm on May 11, Tuesday. It is a close book-

    and-note written exam.

Grading

    Each of the seven programming assignments is worth 100 points, and the final

    examination 150 points. The grade for an individual = (total points earned)/850:

    A B C D

     ?90%?80%?70%?60%

Academic integrity policy

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated in the class. All students must review the

    Rutgers University policy on these matters. Ignorance of this policy or failure to read this

    policy is not an excuse for cheating or plagiarism. This policy is located at

    http://academicintegrity.rutgers.edu or http://judicialaffairs.rutgers.edu

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