Advanced Programming - Winter 11
- Winter 11
- Martin Roderus, M.Sc.
- Time and Place
- Lecture: Wednesdays at 10:15 - 11:45 in room 00.13.009A
- Computational Science and Engineering, first semester (module IN1503)
- Kaveh Rahnema, M.Sc.
- Monday, February 13, 2012, 9:00, Room MW 1050 (Johann-Bauschinger-Zeichensaal)
- Semesterwochenstunden / ECTS Credits
- 4 SWS (2V+2Ü) / 5 Credits
The exam results will be set final in TUM Online soon. The second exam session will be verbal and will take place between April 2 and April 13. The registration opens on March 15. After your registration, I will approach you to set a time and date.
The exam grades can now be retrieved in TUM Online. Exam review session will be on Wednesday, March 14, at 10:00 in room 00.13.009A.
The lecture introduces the student to basic object oriented programming. "Thinking in classes" when designing an application has a strong focus. Advanced concepts such as encapsulation, inheritance or polymorphism are also covered.
The programming language is Java. Topics specific to the language, such as basic syntax, collections or unit testing, are also addressed.
- Chapter 0: Organization
- Chapter 1: Objects First with Java
- Chapter 2: Understanding Class Definitions
- Chapter 3: Object Interaction
- Chapter 4: Grouping Objects plus code
- Chapter 5: More Sophisticated Behaviour (v2) plus code
- Chapter 6: Well-Behaved Objects
- Chapter 7: Designing Classes
- Chapter 8: Improving Structure with Inheritance plus code
- Chapter 9: More about Inheritance plus code
- Chapter 10: Further Abstraction Techniques plus code
- Chapter 11: Handling Errors
The tutorial offers weekly programming exercises in Java, inspired by common problems from scientific computing.
|1||Ticket Machine||November 8/9, 2011|
|2||Complex Numbers||Session 1: November 15/16, 2011|
|Session 2: November 22/23, 2011|
|3||Matrix Operations||Session 1: November 29/30, 2011|
|Session 2: December 6/7, 2011|
|4||Object Oriented Modelling of Functions||Session 1: December 13/14, 2011|
|Session 2: December 20/21, 2011|
|4||Sorting||Session 1: January 10/11, 2012|
|Session 2: January 17/18, 2012|
Time and place
Group 1: Tuesdays 13:15 - 14:45
Group 2: Wednesdays 13:00 - 14:30
Basic programming skills are recommended.
- Paul and Harvey Deitel: Java - How to Program. Pearson, 8th edition (2010)
- David J. Barnes and Michael Kölling: Objects First with Java - A Practical Introduction using BlueJ, Prentice Hall/Pearson Education
- Tony Gaddis: Starting out with Java. Addison Wesley, 3rd edition (2008)