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Syllabus
Ben-GurionUniversity of the Negev
Department of Computer Science
Name of Course : Introduction to Java Programming
Lecturer – Mr. Alexander Shkolnik
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Course number : 202.1.9031
Mandatory service course
Credits : 4
Course Site http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~ipc151
Course Objectives:
The main purpose of the course - introduction to Java language programming methods,
based on new approaches in computer science. On the first part of the course students
will acquire procedural programming: software development technique that imposes a
hierarchical structure on the design of the programs. On the second part of the course
students will learn the principles of object-oriented programming (OOP): programming
technique based on objects.
Students will learn operation system Windows 7 and Integrated Development
Environment (IDE) Eclipse, which provides first – class Java programming tools.
The course includes: algorithm building principles, basic Java commands, control
structure, arrays, different kinds of methods (including recursion methods), principles of
object-oriented programming (OOP) ,collections, dynamic data structures and Java files
manipulations.
Course requirements:
1.
13 x 3 hours lectures
2.
13 x 2 hours (4 x 2 lab, 9 x 2 frontal) practical lessons
3.
4 programming assignments (about 20 hours each)
Every assignment 7.5% of the final grade.
4.
Submissions: alone only.
Final exam 3 hours long (70% of final grade, a "Pass" requirement regarding
Final exam: 56) . No auxiliary material allowed, except for a single two-sided
A4 paper sheet (neither printed nor copied).
Detailed Syllabus:
Meetings
Subject(s)
Details
1
Computer structure and
algorithms
Computer structure. Low and high level languages,
Compiling, running and debugging.
2
The components of JAVA
language
Basic Input/Output commands.
Types in JAVA, variables, assignment and conditional statements,
Casting, switch statement .
3
Iteration statements
The FOR statement, the WHILE statement, the DO-WHILE
statement, nested loops and jump statements.
4
Arrays
Arrays declaration ,basic array operations, multidimensional arrays.
Class String and string methods.
5
Methods in Java
Principles of procedural programming. Top-down design of a
program, modulation, passing parameters to a method, static methods.
Java method overloading.
6
Sorting and searching
algorithms
Selection sort, insertion sort, bubble sort.
Searching methods: linear and binary search.
Recurrence as an alternative to iteration.
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Recursion 1
Recursion and loops, recursion and arrays.
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Building recursive algorithm. Different kinds of recursion.
Recursion 2
Permutation and recursion, Towers of Hanoi problem.
Principles of object-oriented
programming (OOP) 1
Class definition: attributes and methods.
Constructors (copy, default), Setter and Getter methods.
Object class variables, references to objects.
Principles of object-oriented
programming (OOP) 2
Class variables and methods, encapsulation.
Java API classes.
Aggregation, UML diagram , generisity.
Composite objects.
Self - referential classes.
12
Advanced Input /Output:
Streams and Files
13
Review
Dynamic data structures: Java linked lists.
Class List basic methods.
Exception handling, class File and file methods.
Reading and writing an object in JAVA.
Review on the whole material following above.
References:
1. Java Software Solutions
John Lewis, William Loftus. Addison Wesley
2. Introduction to Programming Using Java, Sixth Edition
Version 6.0, June 2011
Author: David J. Eck
3. .‫ מהתחלה‬JAVA
‫ גדי הולצמן ואיתן הרטמן‬,‫נועם גילעדי‬