2010F002
From CDS 130
1. Wednesday, December 15th
- Final exam: 10:30 am – 1:15 pm
2. Friday, December 10th
- Final Exam Review
3. Wednesday, December 8th
- Final exam review
4. Monday, December 6th
- HW #8 due.
5. Friday, December 3rd
- Final exam review sheet will be posted today or tomorrow and announced via email
- Discuss Tumor results
- Finish Ethics
- Anonymous course survey for feedback [1]
6. Wednesday, December 1st
- In-class work on Tumor
7. Monday, November 29th
- Begin discussion of Ethics
- Assign HW8
8. Wednesday, November 24th
- No class
9. Monday, November 22nd
- In-class work on Tumor problem
10. Friday, November 19th
- Work on HW7
11. Wednesday, November 17th
- Practice predicting output of Octave programs
- Practice finding errors in Octave programs
12. Monday, November 15th
13. Friday, November 12th
- Antialias
- HW #7 will be assigned later today.
- Discussion of class participation grade.
14. Wednesday, November 10th
- In-class work on HW6
15. Monday, November 8th
- In-class work on Images#Image_manipulation problem.
16. Friday, November 5th
- Outlook: Review a few programming fundamentals and then return to images.
- HW6 was assigned after class. It is based on many of the questions we covered in class.
- Nested_For_Loops
- If_Statement
- Finish Images#Image_manipulation problem.
17. Wednesday, November 3rd
- In-class work on Images#Image_manipulation problem.
18. Monday, November 1st
- In-class computer work.
19. Friday, October 29th
- Finish Images
20. Wednesday, October 27th
- Return Mid-term
- Start Images
21. Monday, October 25th
- Mid-term exam (closed book, calculator allowed).
22. Friday, October 22nd
- Review for mid-term
23. Wednesday, October 20th
- Visualization_Overview continued
- Programming: If_Statement.
- An article related to validation [2]. The first comment on this page notes "According to the paper, the amount of validation data used was a mere 15 trading days.".
24. Monday, October 18th
- Homework #5 due Wed. Homework #6 will be assigned after the mid-term
- Programming: Matrices and Nested_For_Loops.
25. Friday, October 15th
- Recitation session for Homework #5
- Hand out Mid-term review sheet: Midterm
- Comment on numerical integration and this image [3]
- Comment on [4] and [5] (Especially page 5, part 1F620; this is very serious business) and [6]
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Also, [7]
26. Wednesday, October 13th
- Visualization_Overview
- Discuss question about Pavlov and scientific method
- Encoding and pasting text from Word to Facebook
27. Tuesday, October 12th
- Note special day of class meeting! Monday classes meet on Tuesday because of the Columbus holiday.
- Assign Homework #5 (To be due on October 17th) I will send out an email this afternoon containing instructions.
- Finish Validation
- Work problem 5.2 in Validation#Questions
- Work problem 5.4 in Validation#Questions
Homework #5
- http://cds130.org/Numerical_Integration#Questions (3 questions)
- http://cds130.org/Computational_Simulations#Questions (1 question extra credit)
- http://cds130.org/Validation#Questions (2 questions, 5.1 and 5.2 only!)
Write out your answers on notebook or printer paper. Structure your answers using the following notation:
Homework #5 - YOUR NAME - Section # (#=001 for TR, #=002 for MWF) Numerical Integration 5.1 Numerical Integration 5.2 Tile Size 5.3 Rectangle motivation Computational Simulations 5.1 Logistic Map in Octave - Important: Turn in this problem on your wiki page. Post your code and your four plots. Do not turn in any printed out plots! See http://cds130.org/User:Weigel and click "view source" to see the syntax required to do this. Validation 5.1 Validation in the Wild 5.2 Kinematics
28. Friday, October 8th
- Start Validation
29. Wednesday, October 6th
- Finish question started on Monday
- Work on questions from HW #4 (due date extended until Friday at 10:30am)
30. Monday, October 4th
- Groups worked on first question in Numerical_Integration#Questions
31. Friday, October 1st
32. Wednesday, September 29th
- Cover Numerical_Integration
- Assign Homework #4, Due on Wednesday, October 6th at 10:30 am
Homework #4
- http://cds130.org/Introduction_To_MediaWiki#Questions (3 questions)
- http://cds130.org/Iteration#Questions (3 questions)
- http://cds130.org/Mathematical_Models#Questions (1 question)
- http://cds130.org/ODEs#Questions (3 questions)
Write out your answers on notebook or printer paper. Structure your answers using the following notation:
Homework #4 - YOUR NAME - Section # (#=001 for TR, #=002 for MWF) Introduction to MediaWiki Write dow the link to your page, (e.g., http://cds130.org/User:Weigel). Iteration 5.1 Iteration 1 Write down the values of A(2), A(3), A(4), and A(5) 5.2 Iteration 2 Write down your value for a and show your work. Do not convert fractions into decimal numbers. 5.3 Iteration 3 Write down your value for b and show your work. Do not convert fractions into decimal numbers. Mathematical Models 5.1 Interest Which bank would lead to a larger balance after two years? Explain how you arrived at your answer. 5.2 Population Growth (skip this question) ODEs 5.1 Population Eqn. 1. Write out your program (by hand) here 2. Write out your program (by hand) here 3. Write your answers for 1., 2., and the Excel value here 5.2 Population Eqn. * Print out your plot and attach it at the end of your assignment. * Make sure that you label your axes. 5.3 Heat Eqn. 1. Write down the time here. You do not need to attach your plot. 2. Write down numeric answer and description in words.
33. Monday, September 27th
34. Friday, September 24th
- Cover Introduction_To_MediaWiki
- Cover Verification
35. Wednesday, September 22nd
- Cover Mathematical_Models
- Cover Introduction_To_Octave
- Assign Homework #3 (will not be on Blackboard, see below). Due next Wednesday at 10:30 am.
Homework #3
Answer these questions on a sheet of paper and turn it in before class on September 29th at 10:30 am.
- http://cds130.org/Logic_Gates#Questions (four questions)
- http://cds130.org/Computing_Limits#Questions (two questions)
- http://cds130.org/Introduction_To_Octave#Questions (two questions)
I strongly suggest that you look at these questions soon so that you may ask questions on Friday or Monday.
Label your questions like this:
Homework #3 - YOUR NAME - Section 002 ------------ Logic Gates 5.1 NAND Gates Answer: 5.2 Combination of NANDs Answer: 5.3 Logic Circuits I Part 1 - Answer: Part 2 - Answer: 5.4 Logic Circuits II Part 1 - Answer: Part 2 - Answer: ------------ Computing Limits 7.1 Unique Combinations Answer: 7.2 Round-off Error Part I - Answer: Part II - Answer: ------------ Introduction To Octave 6.1 Sum Answer: 6.2 Plot Part 1: Answer: Part 2: Answer:
36. Monday, September 20th
- Review intro#Science_Models
- Start Mathematical_Models
- Start Introduction_To_Octave
37. Friday, September 17th
- Cover Spreadsheets_vs_Programming_Languages
- Cover Iteration
38. Wednesday, September 15th
- A new version of Homework #2 will be posted later today. Your grade will be the best between the two versions.
- Homework #2 revisited is due 9/22/2010 at 10:30 am
- Today I will go over a few Homework #2 problems.
39. Monday, September 13th
- Problem solving session with Dr. Marr
40. Friday, September 10th
- Finish Logic_Gates
- Covered Computing_Limits
41. Wednesday, September 8th
- Start Logic_Gates
- Homework 2 was posted today at 6:00 pm. It is due on September 15th at 10:30am.
42. Friday, September 3rd
- Covered Encoding and Data storage
- Homework due date changed to be Wednesday, September 8th (because of holiday)
43. Wednesday, September 1st
- Finished discussion of syllabus.
- Finished Introduction to Computing for Scientists.
- Covered Binary_Representation_of_Numbers. Homework will be posted by 9pm and due on Monday, September 6th.
44. Monday, August 30th
- Covered Introduction to Computing for Scientists (up to Science Examples II).
- Covered parts of the syllabus
- Will cover rest of syllabus on Wednesday
- Sent email about first assignment (Survey) that is due on Wed. before class.