LE/EECS 2031 - Software Tools
SU 2017 - Section A
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science , York University (Toronto, Canada)
Lecture and Lab Hours
Lecture: Tuesdays, 18:00-20:00, LAS C
Lab 01: Tuesdays, 16:00-18:00, LAS 1006
Lab 02: Thursdays, 16:00-18:00, LAS 1006
Office: LAS 2008 (Computer Science & Engineering Building)
Email: huiwang @ eecs . yorku . ca
Tuesdays, 16:00-18:00 LAS 2008 or 1006
Tuesdays, after class in LAS C
Mahmoud Afifi mafifi @ eecs. yorku. ca
Robert Codd-Downey robert @ eecs. yorku. ca
Nasim Razavi nasim @ eecs. yorku. ca
Mingbin Xu xmb @ eecs. yorku. ca
The C Programming Language (2nd edition)
by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie
Prentice Hall Software Series
C Programming, a Morden Approach (2nd edition)
by K.N. King
A list can be found here.
- May 02: First lecture
- May 04: First lab (Thursday Session)
May 09: First lab (Tuesday Session)
- May 15: Last date to add a course without permission of instructor
- June 06: Lab test I
- June 13: Midterm test (written)
- July 07: Last date to drop the course without receiving a grade
- July 18: Lab test II
- Aug 02-12 (? - ?) ? : Final written
- When sending emails to the instructor or TA, please indicate "EECS
2031" in the subject line (e.g., "EECS 2031 - Lecture notes unreadable"),
or they may be deleted by mistake as
spam. Include your name and student ID in the email.
- For questions related to course materials, it is best to
ask after lectures or during office hours. Email is not a good way to explain course materials.
- Read the lecture notes and textbook before and again right
after each lecture. Work on the posted lab exercises before coming to
the scheduled lab sessions.
Test and Exam Policy
- You are allowed to miss a test/exam only under extraordinary circumstances.
- If the reason is sickness, your doctor must fill in the
Attending Physician's Statement form. Only this form, completely and properly filled, will be accepted.
- There are NO make up tests. The weight of a missed test will be transferred to another test or the final exam.
- In this course, all assignments, tests and exam are individual work. Plagiarism and cheating are not tolerable.