Introduction to Computer Science I
Professors: Ed Schonberg, Evan Korth and Samuel Marateck
- phone: (212) 998-3494
- office: 410 Warren Weaver Hall
- office hours: MON and WED 5:00-6:00 pm
- phone: (212) 998-3146
- office: 620 Warren Weaver Hall
- office hours: Mon & Wed 1:10 - 1:55, 3:20-4:10
ATTENDANCE IN CLASS IS MANDATORY.
Section 001 Honors (SCHONBERG) (M/W 11:00-12:15) final exam MON DEC 15
10:00-11:50 room 102 WWH.
Section 002 (MARATECK) (M/W 11:00-12:15) final exam MON DEC 15 10:00-11:50 room
Section 003 (MARATECK) (M/W 2:00-3:15) final exam MON DEC 15 2:00- 3:50 room 101 WWH.
Section 004 (KORTH) (T/R 3:30-4:45) final exam THUR DEC 18 4:00- 5:50 room
If you do not do the homework programs,
you cannot pass the course. If home work is late, 1 point (25%) is
deducted. After one week of lateness, home work will not be accepted.
The CS Minor
Help with homeworks and course
We are fortunate to have
Steve Gutstein to help you with your programs in this course. He will be
available to help students starting Sept 22 at 14 Washington Place lab and
will be using the PC just to the right as you come down the stairs, at the
- Monday, 12-2
- Tues, 3-5
- Wed, 12-2
- Thurs, 3-5
- Friday, 12-2
Students can get help via email to the
etutor. The etutors are there to give help as well as to
grade. Also, ITS consultants should be available
most times 11-6 Mon-Fri at the 14 Wash. Pl site.
Course Materials (click text link for text description and downloads)
Selected Swing Classes
Sending homeworks by email
You should only submit your homework once,
except for resubmitting it once to improve your grade.
Homework #1. Binary Representation of Numbers
Homework #2. A Bar Code Display
Homework #4, The Game of Life
PowerPoint presentations for Liang's text
Sample Questions for Midterm
Sample Questions for Final