198:314 Principles of Programing Languages
Ryder's Lecture Home Page
December 20, 2001: The grades for
our lecture are now posted. Your final exams can be looked at in
Prof Ryder's office, after the beginning of next semester.
December 18, 2001: The grade for Scheme is also online now,
with the histogram of all the four projects. Click on the links below
to browse it. Make sure that you report any mistake pai-Hsi
(firstname.lastname@example.org) made AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE. For all your
grades, click here and for the
histogram, click here.
December 14, 2001:The grade for C++ is online now. Click here to check all your grade. Also, inform Pai-Hsi as early as possible if there is any typo. For the histogram of all the programming assignments, click here.
December 13, 2001: Prof Ryder will have office hours on
Monday, December 17, 2001 from 1:30-3:30pm in Core 311. Prof Ryder
has all old homeworks and some midterm exams which were not picked up
previously from Pai-Hsi. You can pick these up on Monday during
Dec 11, 2001
containing your grade is changed again. Talk to Pai-Hsi as early as
possible for any change of grade (now with the grade for homework 9).
Dec 02, 2001
The file contining all your grades has been
modified again. Talk to Pai-Hsi as early as possible if you think that
something should be changed.
Nov 14, 2001
The file containing all your grades has been
modified. Check your grade. Please report to Pai-Hsi AS EARLY AS
POSSIBLE if there is a mistake. Don't wait until the end of the
semester. Changing the grade for the first homework at the end of the
semester is not considered REASONABLE.
Programming Examples Examples can be found on remus in
~ryder/314/*. The C examples will be under the c
subdirectory. Scheme examples are in the scheme/programs
subdirectory. Old traces of Scheme programs are in
scheme/traces. The Prolog examples will be under the
Programming examples from the C++ 2 lecture can be found on
remus in ~ryder/314/c++.
Prof Ryder's webpage
PROLANGS research group's
Women in Computer Science group
Back to the
entire class home page.
November 12, 2001
A new listing of all the grades so far
in the class in now available. This new listing of grades include your
midterm grade, C grade, Prolog grade, attendence, and homework
grades. If you suspect that there is a mistake with regard to your
grade, report to Pai-Hsi as soon as possible. Also, if you see
a question mark that means a "check". I used the check mark in the
spreadsheet, but some browsers seem to be not knowing what it is.
Also, click here to view the
new histogram of Prolog and C grade.
November 8, 2001
listing of all the grades so far in the class is now available.
We have disabled the old listing of midterm grades by full social
security numbers, because they are duplicated here.
November 6, 2001
A histogram of our lecture's grades on the
Prolog and C assignments can be viewed
here. A listing by last 4 digits of student id number of these grades is given
November 5, 2001
Prof Ryder's office hours are changed for the rest of the semester
to Thursdays, 12:30pm-2:30pm.
November 2, 2001
We are reporting the midterm grades by lecture section. You can
examine the histogram for our
lecture or find you test grade on our
grades list. The quartile
boundaries were: 126, 163(median), 188, 249. The mean was 162.
October 24, 2001
The midterm exam will cover the material up to and including Prof
Ryder's last lecture before her trip last week.
This means material
from lectures 1-10 on the syllabus as well as parameter passing will
be covered by the midterm.
Remember that all corroborating materials for (or emails concerning)
taking the makeup final exam must be given to Prof Ryder by Wednesday,
October 24th afternoon.
October 9, 2001: We corrected the note below about the name
of our handin directory. The directory name listed before below on
this page was different than the name used on the class programing
projects page; this was a mistake. If you handed in your project using
the name formerly listed here then let prof ryder know immediately.
Use cs314-ryder.proj** where ** is replaced by 1,2,3,4
respectively in each programming assignment.
September 11, 2001:
Corrected PDF files for the lecture notes are now available on our
class lecture page.
September 3, 2001: Makeup Lecture Announced
In order to be co-ordinated with the Tuesday-Thursday sections of
CS314, we will have a makeup lecture on Sunday, September 23, 2001
from 7:30pm-9:00pm in our classroom (SEC 118). Make plans to
attend. Lecture notes for this lecture will be available on the web,
as usual. There will be NO LECTURE on Wednesday, December 12, 2001
Last updated at 6:00pm December 20, 2001 by Barbara Ryder.