Problem Solving and Computing (CSC-103 98S)
Outline of Class 17: Graphics
Held: Tuesday, March 31, 1998
- Welcome back! I hope you all had wonderful breaks. I'll admit that
mine was so busy that grading once again fell to the wayside. As I
mentioned earlier, the intent of the assignments in the first half
of the semester were not for you to get grades, but for you to think
about problem solving. I will start grading with the new assignments
(as they are given).
- Today we'll split our class between (1) discussion of our class project
and what we've accomplished and (2) graphics in Java. On Thursday,
we'll have a similar split, spending half the time on our class project
and half the time on animations.
- Computing assignment 9
- Journal assignment 15
- Begin "editing" two other people's work (we'll determine assignments
during class). I expect to see a reasonable number of useful and
supportive criticisms for next Tuesday.
- Due today:
We had each agreed to work on some component of our project during break
(or at least in the week before break and the time between when we got
back and today's class). Here's what I remember of planned topics (my
rapporteur never game me the list).
- Brownwyn Collins and Lillian Benjamin: group learning.
- Erica Chang: learning styles.
Problems and Resolutions
- Stephanie Wilcox: problems
- Kelly Helt: resolutions
- Andrew Sherburne
- Brian Lehr
- Samuel Bausson
- Alex Hernandez
- Beth Nuckolls
- John Palinksi
- Jay Polson
The narrative discussion of these topics can be found in
computing assignment 9.