ECE198KL: Introduction to Computer Engineering II
- The finals will be held in L440 DCL from 1:30pm - 4:30 pm.
- More practice questions for the final are posted. Have a look at them.
- Program 11 and 12 are graded. Scores are entered on Compass. Type "svn update" to get the
grade.txt file in prog11 and prog12 directories respectively. Contact Vinay if you have questions.
- Here are some sample problems
to help you study for the final
- Program 8 is graded. Scores are entered on Compass. Type "svn update" to get the
grade.txt file in prog8 directory. Contact Vinay if you have questions.
- Practice questions for exam 3 are now available.
- A grading scale is now available,
and projected grades are in Compass.
- Programming studio document for 7 March 2013
- Practice questions for exam 2 have been posted.
- Vinay's office hours have been changed. Please make a note.
- Program 5 deadline extended to 25 February.
- Grade information:
- Compass contains numbers (Prog1, Prog2, and Exam1).
- Subversion contains detailed feedback (prog1, prog2, and exam1 subdirectories). If you have a working copy, type "svn update" to get the grade.txt file in prog2 directory. If not, check one out. Contact Vinay if you have questions.
- Lecture will be held on 4 March 2013, but NOT on 8 March 2013 (cancelled
to let you attend EOH).
- Welcome to ECE199KL! I hope you had a great break.
- We will use Compass for
distributing grade information.
- Click here for our class' web board (you may need to click again after logging in to my.ece).
- In case you need an LC-3 refresher, I've copied Homework #12 and the associated files to the reference list below.
Prof. Steve Lumetta (lumetta)
||L440 DCL ... or one of the two labs next to it (JL may have reserved) NOTE NEW PLACE!
Vinay Nagar (nagar2)
||Sa 5-6pm, Sun 5-6pm, M 9-10 p.m.
Prizes were kindly provided by Microsoft. From left to right,
Zilin took first place with his "Evil Twin Game" in which the player
tries to escape the wrath of Lumetta's evil twin while trying to trick
the rather handsome villain into hitting the deadly green box. Shiheng
earned second for his automated "Hero in a Maze," in which hero of
the Depths saga navigates down through a twisted stone passage to collect
a crystal. Stephen's "Harlem Shake Simulator," a flamboyant animated epic
featuring the Depths hero bouncing on a house and several oscillating
crystals, took third. Finally, Potok took fourth with his Mario Twins
animation, in which Mario walks, morphs, and walks again!
You could cut the tension in the competition room with, well, a knife
would certainly do it. Not sure you necessarily needed that, though.
But we had fun!
Lecture Notes and Overviews
Example C Programs
Examples developed in ECE190. We will probably cover some or all of
them in our class.
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