Introduction to Computer Science II
Page contents (C) by Samuel Marateck, 1997
Professor: Samuel Marateck
TA: Derek Dreyer
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- office: 620 Warren Weaver Hall
- office hours: 4:30 - 6:00 Monday and Wednesday
We are fortunate to have Derek Dreyer as the TA for this course(firstname.lastname@example.org).
His lab hours at 14 Wash Pl. for this week can be found by clicking
Sending homeworks by email
Writeups & Related Programs
If you want to learn about Unix and you are caught up on your work,
there is an
given by the Unix Advocacy Group. If you are overloaded with work
forget about this.
- Homework #1, Connect 4.
Helpers for Homework #1. WARNING. If you change the interface, your
program WILL NOT execute.
Since your ability to download player.tpu using Netscape
depends on the version you are using, I will distribute this file over
majordomo. They are also available on the z: drive of the acfsw (14 Wash place)
server in the \courses\v220102 directory.
- Homework #2, A String Calculator.
Helpers for Homework #2
- Homework #3, Draft1, Huffman Coding
Helpers for Homework #3, draft #1
- Homework #3, Draft2, Huffman Coding
Helpers for Homework #3, draft #2
- Homework #4 , Artifical Intelligence (minmax)
The answers to the end-of-chapter problems in the text book are available
on the acfsw server (14 Wash place) on the Z: drive under the directory