Course:  Introduction to Computing Using MATLAB (4 credits) 
Instructor:  K.Y. Daisy Fan 
Website:  http://www.cs.cornell.edu/courses/cs1112/2012fa 
Alternatives:  CS1110 (Python), CS1114 (Matlab + Robotics, Spring only), CS1115 (Matlab + GUI, Fall only). 

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Instructor  
201  T  12:20PM  1:10PM  UPS B7 & HLS 314  Peter Greenberg 
202  T  1:25PM  2:15PM  UPS B7 &HLS 314  Hyundo Reiner 
203  T  2:30PM  3:20PM  UPS B7 & HLS 401  Andrew Robbins 
204  T  3:35PM  4:25PM  UPS B7 & HLS 401  Andrew Robbins 
205  W  10:10AM  11:00PM 
UPS B7 & HLS 401 
Chen Wang 
206  W  11:15AM  12:05PM 
UPS B7 & HLS 401 
Chen Wang 
207  W  12:20PM  1:10PM 
UPS B7 & HLS 401 
Wenceslaus Lee 
208  W  1:25PM  2:15PM  UPS B7 & HLS 401  Michael Flashman 
209  W  2:30PM  3:20PM  UPS B7 & HLS 314  Danny Sperling 
210  W  3:35PM  4:25PM  UPS B7 & HLS 314  Michael Flashman 
Upson B7 is a computer lab. (UPS B7 is split in half; we will use the right half.) The first two weeks and then every other week, discussion will take place in the lab instead of the regular classrooms. A reminder of the section location will be posted every Monday.
Instructor:  K.Y. Daisy Fan  dfan at cs.cornell.edu 
Teaching Assistants:  Michael Flashman  mtf53 at cornell.edu 
Peter Greenberg  prg53 at cornell.edu  
Wenceslaus WenHao Lee  wwl45 at cornell.edu  
Hyundo Reiner  hpr6 at cornell.edu  
Andrew Robbins  abr74 at cornell.edu  
Chen Wang  cw636 at cornell.edu  
Bin Xu  bx55 at cornell.edu 
See CS1112 > Staff for other course staff and office hours.
Optional software: MATLAB Student Version (2008 or later)
Items that count towards your course grade include homework (programming projects), discussion/lab exercises, quizzes, and exams (prelims and final).
Exercises (E)  =  4% (discussion exercises) 
Quizzes (Q)  =  1% (in lecture) 
Projects (P)  =  25% 
Prelim 1 (T1)  =  20% 
Prelim 2 (T2)  =  20% 
Final (F)  =  30% 
Exercises (E)  =  9% (discussion exercises) 
Quizzes (Q)  =  1% (in lecture) 
Projects 13 (P)  =  40% 
Prelim 1 (T1)  =  50% 
Your course grade will follow the "cutoff" structure given below. You need an overall score higher than 55 (out of 100) to get a "D" ("marginal pass"). Note that your College (or Major) may require a "C" to be a passing grade. We reserve the right to make adjustments both up and down based on our knowledge of each student.
Overall score Letter grade > 93 A, A, A+ > 80 B, B, B+ > 65 C, C, C+
Topics and the course schedule are given below. Selected lecture slides and example code will be posted after each lecture. These posted files are not complete transcripts of the lectures. You are expected to attend lecture and to take notes for yourself. Topics and dates are subject to change.