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11/26 M Discussion location Discussion this week will be held in the computer lab Upson B7. Go to the lab this week, not the classrooms listed on the roster.
11/20 T P6 Project 6 Part C has been posted; all parts are due on Nov 29, Thursday, at 11pm. Suggestion: Read Part C but wait until after the 11/27 lecture to work on the solution. On 11/27 we will discuss an example in class that is very similar to Part C. However, do complete Parts A and B (posted 11/10 and 11/16, respectively) beforehand!
11/19 M Discussion Location Due to Thanksgiving Break, only Tuesday discussion sections and the sections earlier than 1:10pm on Wednesday will take place this week; they will be held in the classrooms listed on the roster. While attendance at this week's discussion is optional, the material covered in the exercise is required. Do the exercise on your own even if you do not attend discussion. If you would like help on the material, go to any of the discussions held earlier than Wednesday 1:10pm; the section instructors will be there. Look here for the locations.
11/16 F P6 Project 6 Part B has been posted; Part C will be posted later. All parts are due on Nov 29, Thursday, at 11pm.
11/14 W Final exam conflict? Final exam will take place on Fri, Dec 7th, at 9am. Email Randy Hess (rbh27) now if you have an exam conflict. Specify your entire exam schedule (course numbers/contacts and the exam times). We must have this information by Nov 25th.
11/13 T Discussion location Discussion this week will be held in the computer lab Upson B7. Go to the lab this week, not the classrooms listed on the roster.
11/13 T Prelim 2 return Prelim 2 will be returned in lecture today. Any unclaimed paper, as well as those on which students did not indicate their lecture time, will be available for pick up starting after 5pm from the MATLAB consultants in the ACCEL Green Room (Carpenter Hall, 2nd floor) during consulting hours (Su-R 5-10pm). Any regrade request must be submitted to the MATLAB consultants at ACCEL Green Rm by next Tuesday, Nov 20, at 10pm.
11/10 Sa P6 Project 6 Part A has been posted; Parts B and C will be posted later. All parts are due on Nov 29, Thursday, at 11pm.
11/5 M Discussion Location Discussion this week will be held in the classrooms as listed on the roster, not the computer lab.
11/3 Sa CMCM Cornell Mathematical Contest in Modeling: teams of undergraduate students build models for solving/analyzing a real-world problem. If you are interested, the next information/training session will be on Tuesday (11/6) at 4:30pm in 253 Malott Hall. Here is more information.
10/31 W Review Review questions for Prelim 2 have been posted. Solutions will be posted after Sunday's optional review session.
10/30 T Office hrs Again TA Wences has moved his office hour this week from Sunday to Wednesday 3-4pm. Location is Upson 328B. In general, check the Staff link for updates before coming to office hrs.
10/30 T P5 submission Project 5 is due on Nov 1st, Thursday, at 11pm. However, the late penalty will be reduced from 2 points to 1 point for submissions made within 24 hours after the deadline.
10/30 T Discussion location Discussion this week will be held in the computer lab Upson B7. Go to the lab this week, not the classrooms listed on the roster.
10/25 Th P5 Project 5 has been posted, due on Nov 1st, Thursday, at 11pm.
10/23 T Office hrs We have changed some office hrs this week ahead of Project 4 submission. Specifically:
  • TA Wences' Sunday hr has been moved to Wednesday 3-4pm
  • TA Chen's Wednesday hr has been moved to Thursday 12:10-1:10pm
Both of the above hours will be held in Upson 328B. In general, check the Staff link for updates before coming to office hrs.
10/22 M Discussion Location Discussion this week will be held in the classrooms as listed on the roster, not the computer lab.
10/18 Th P4 Project 4 has been posted. Both Parts A and B are due on Oct 25, Thursday, at 11pm.
10/18 Th 2pm Lecture video We have a fix from CIT. Both videos should be up soon. Thanks for your patience.
10/18 Th 10:30am Lecture video Still waiting to hear from CIT about fixing the Panopto server problem. We will post an update once we hear from CIT.
10/18 Th 9am Lecture video Waiting for help from CIT with the server that processes the videos... Will report back in an hour. The printable notes, as well as example code, are posted.
10/16 T Lecture video Lecture video will be uploaded in about an hour as the big file needs to be broken down into several parts. The printable notes, as well as example code, are already posted. Please look for the video after 10:30am.
10/16 T Discussion location Discussion this week will be held in the computer lab Upson B7. Go to the lab this week, not the classrooms listed on the roster.
10/15 M 10/16, 10/18 lectures There will be no lecture in Hollister B14 on Oct 16 and 18 as Prof. Fan is away at a conference. She will record and post the lecture on the course website, available beginning at the typical lecture times. Be sure to watch the online lectures before the regular (in class) lectures next week.
10/10 W Prelim 1 return Prelim 1 will be returned in lecture tomorrow. Any unclaimed paper, as well as those on which students did not indicate their lecture time, will be available for pick up starting after 5pm tomorrow from the MATLAB consultants in the ACCEL Green Room (Carpenter Hall, 2nd floor) during consulting hours (Su-R 5-10pm). Any regrade request must be submitted to the MATLAB consultants at ACCEL Green Rm by next Thursday, Oct 18, at 10pm.
10/8 M Discussion location Due to Fall Break, only Wednesday discussion sections will take place this week and they will be held in the classrooms listed on the roster. While attendance at this week's discussion is optional, the material covered in the exercise is required. Do the exercise on your own even if you do not attend discussion. If you would like help on the material, go to any of the discussions held this Wednesday; the discussion instructors will be there. Look here for the locations.
10/5 F Fall Break hrs TA Gabe Greenberg will have office hr on Tues 3-4pm. There is no other office/consulting hour during Fall Break.
10/2 T Correction to lecture notes The posted M-file of the function normalize is correct, however, the Powerpoint slides of the function shown on 9/27 and 10/2 in lecture contained errors:
  • Statement n=length(x) was missing
  • Index k was missing on the right-hand-side of the statement xNew(k)=x(k)/maxD
The corrections have been made on the posted Powerpoint slides.
10/1 M Discussion location Discussion this week will be held in the computer lab Upson B7. Go to the lab this week, not the classrooms listed on the roster.
9/28 F Prelim 1 info The topics list for Prelim 1 has been posted, along with review questions, an example old prelim, a set of old prelim questions that cover the topics of our Fall'12 prelim, and the time of the review session. See the ExamsPrelim 1 page. Solutions to these review materials will be posted after the Tuesday review session.
9/28 F Overdue Library Books PLEASE NOTE: Items placed on reserve at the University libraries MUST be returned by the due date. Please remember that keeping course reserves overdue is a violation cited in Cornell's Code of Academic Integrity: http://cuinfo.cornell.edu/Academic/AIC.html
9/26 W Notetaker position Student Disability Services is hiring a student in CS 1112 to be a notetaker. The hourly rate is $7.25 an hour. Interested students should send a sample of their notes from this class by email to Katherine Fahey at kf75@cornell.edu or drop off a copy at the SDS office in 420 CCC.
Important information about notetaking for SDS: Students interested in this position must have excellent class attendance and notetaking skills. Applicants who have not worked for Cornell in the past year must submit tax id information before working for SDS (passport or driverís license and social security card). All notetakers must be entered into the Cornell payroll system before working for SDS. Notes must be submitted within 24 hours of class period. Notes can be copied at the SDS office or sent by email to SDS.
9/25 T P3 update In problem 3.3, specification has been added on how to display the results: display the results neatly in a table showing the values of n in one column and the approximated integral in another column.
9/24 M P3 Project 3 has been posted; see the Projects link; due 10/1 (Monday) at 11pm.
9/24 M Discussion Location Discussion this week will be held in the classrooms as listed on the roster, not the computer lab.
9/17 M Discussion Location Discussion this week will be held in the computer lab Upson B7. Go to the lab this week, not the classrooms listed on the roster.
9/13 R P2B Project 2 Part B has been posted; see the Projects link. Both parts A and B are due 9/20 at 11pm.
9/12 W P2A Project 2 Part A has been posted; see the Projects link. Part B will be posted later. Both parts are due 9/20 at 11pm.
9/12 W Clicker registration Please click here to register your clicker. You need to register your clicker with Cornell CIT once every semester; this one registration is good for all courses in a semester.
9/10 M Discussion Location Discussion this week will be held in the classrooms as listed on the roster, not the computer lab.
9/3 M Discussion Location Discussion this week will be held in the computer lab Upson B7. Go to the lab this week, not the classrooms listed on the roster.
9/1 Sa Piazza A Piazza forum has been started for CS1112 Fall 2012. Please activate your Piazza account to join the CS1112 forum if you haven't done so already. Remember to adhere to the Code of Academic Integrity when using Piazza and in all your work in the course.
8/29 W P1 Project 1 has been posted. See the Projects link. Due 9/6 at 11pm.
8/27 M Discussion Location Discussion this week will be held in the computer lab Upson B7. Go to the lab this week, not the classrooms listed on the roster.
8/23 R Lecture Location PLEASE NOTE: Starting 8/28 (T) CS1112 lectures will be held in HOLLISTER B14, not in Olin Hall.
8/15 W Course start CS1112 lecture begins on Thursday, August 23rd; discussion begins the following week, on the 28th.