CS 2110

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2017-2018.

Intermediate programming in a high-level language and introduction to computer science. Topics include program structure and organization, object-oriented programming (classes, objects, types, sub-typing), graphical user interfaces, algorithm analysis (asymptotic complexity, big "O" notation), recursion, data structures (lists, trees, stacks, queues, heaps, search trees, hash tables, graphs), graph algorithms. Java is the principal programming language.

When Offered Fall, spring, summer.

Prerequisites/Corequisites Prerequisite: CS 1110 or CS 1112 or CS 1114 or CS 1115 or equivalent course on programming in a procedural language.

Distribution Category (MQR-AS)

Outcomes
  • Be fluent in the use of recursion and object-oriented programming concepts (e.g. classes, objects, inheritance, and interfaces).
  • Be able to design and implement nontrivial Java programs (roughly 1000 lines of code), starting from an English language specification.
  • Understand graphical user interfaces (GUIs), as expressed in Java.
  • Understand asymptotic complexity of algorithms and be able to analyze programs to determine their running times.
  • Understand basic data structures taught in the course and be able to implement them and use them in programs.

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Enrollment Information
Syllabi: none
  •   Choose one lecture and one discussion. Combined with: ENGRD 2110

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  • 10640CS 2110  LEC 001

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  • You may opt to enroll in a 1-credit Academic Excellence Workshop (AEW) to be taken in conjunction with this course. AEWs are weekly collaborative problem-solving workshops designed to enhance student understanding of course material. AEWs are facilitated by upper-level engineering students. They are graded S/U based on attendance. In order to attend an AEW, you must enroll in an AEW section, listed under course number ENGRG 1011. If you would like to enroll in an AEW for this course, but available sections do not fit your schedule or are full, please use this link to indicate your interest and availability: https://cornell.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8IWsom8SLBWl2pT

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  • You may opt to enroll in a 1-credit Academic Excellence Workshop (AEW) to be taken in conjunction with this course. AEWs are weekly collaborative problem-solving workshops designed to enhance student understanding of course material. AEWs are facilitated by upper-level engineering students. They are graded S/U based on attendance. In order to attend an AEW, you must enroll in an AEW section, listed under course number ENGRG 1011. If you would like to enroll in an AEW for this course, but available sections do not fit your schedule or are full, please use this link to indicate your interest and availability: https://cornell.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8IWsom8SLBWl2pT

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