BBM102 - Introduction to Programming II, Spring 2020

Lectures: Wednesdays 13:00-15:45 @D1 (Sec. 1), @D2 (Sec. 3), @D3 (Sec. 3),

Practicum (BBM104): Fridays 9:00-12:50 @D1 (Sec. 1),@D2 (Sec. 3), @D3 (Sec. 3),

Lecturers:

Cemil Zalluhoğlu (Sec. 1)

Ahmet Selman Bozkır (Sec. 2)

Sevil Şen (Sec. 3)

e-mail:

cemil-at-cs.hacettepe.edu.tr

selman-at-cs.hacettepe.edu.tr

ssen-at-cs.hacettepe.edu.tr

Office

Vision Lab,

HUMIR Lab,

113

Office Hours:

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TAs:

R.A. Bahar Gezici

R.A. Nebi Yılmaz






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Course Description:

This course will help students understand object-oriented programming principles and apply them in the construction of Java programs.The course is structured around basic topics such as class, object, encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism, abstract classes and interfaces and exception handling. The students will gain hand-on experience via a set of programming assignments supplied in the complementary BBM 104 Introduction to Programming Practicum.


Reference books:

Java - An Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming, Walter Savitch, Pearson, 2012

Java - How to Program, Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel, Prentice Hall, 2012

C How to Program, Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel, Pearson, 2016


Grading Policy

For BBM102


2 Midterm exams   

30% + 30% = 60%

Final exam

40%


For BBM104

4 Assignments   

20% + 20% + 20% + 20% = 80%

Final exam

None

Quizzes in the Lab

%20

Class attendance

None


Important Dates:

Programming Assignment #1

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Programming Assignment #2

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Programming Assignment #3

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Programming Assignment #4

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Midterm Exam #1


April 1st

Midterm Exam #2


May 6th

Final Exam


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Detailed Schedule:


Week   

Date    

Topic   

Programming Assignments


1

26.02.2020       

Introduction to Java [slides]


2

4.03.2020

Object Oriented Design [slides]


3

11.03.2020

Classes and Objects in Java [slides]

PA1 out

4

18.03.2020

Encapsulation [slides]


5

25.03.2020

Inheritance [slides]

PA1 due, PA2 out


6

01.04.2020

Review + Midterm 1


7

08.04.2020

Polymorphism [slides]


8

15.04.2020

Exceptions [slides]

PA2 due, PA3 out


9

22.04.2020

Collections [slides]


10

29.04.2020

Generics [slides]


11

06.05.2020

Review + Midterm 2

PA3 due, PA4 out


12

13.05.2020

Data Structures (Stack, Queue, Priority Queue) [slides]


13

20.05.2020

Data Structures (Sets, Maps) [slides]



14

27.05.2019

Algorithmic Complexity [slides]

PA4 due



Slides from previous semester. [slides]



Additional Resources:

IDEs
Your programs need to work in the standard environment as we evaluate them on dev.cs.hacettepe.edu.tr. Although you could work on command line, Eclipse is the best way to work with Java.

Miscellaneous

General purpose text editors

Communication:

The course webpage will be updated regularly throughout the semester with lecture notes, programming and reading assignments and important deadlines. All other course related communications will be carried out through Piazza. Please enroll it by following the link: https://piazza.com/hacettepe.edu.tr/spring2020/bbm102.


For the BBM 104 related communications, you should also enroll in Piazza through the link https://piazza.com/hacettepe.edu.tr/spring2020/bbm104


Policies:

Attendance to lectures is mandatory. Those who do not attend more than 4 of the classes will fail BBM102 directly with F1 grade. You are responsible for all material presented in lecture. Some of the course material is not covered in the textbook. All work on assignments must be done individually unless stated otherwise. You are encouraged to discuss with your classmates about the given assignments, but these discussions should be carried out in an abstract way. That is, discussions related to a particular solution to a specific problem (either in actual code or in the pseudocode) will not be tolerated. In short, turning in someone else’s work, in whole or in part, as your own will be considered as a violation of academic integrity. Please note that the former condition also holds for the material found on the web as everything on the web has been written by someone else. Those who do not deliver at least 80 percent of the assignments will fail BBM104 directly with F1 grade. F1 disqualifies a student for make up exam/assignment.