CS363 GUI/SIM, Fall 2015 - Lectures


CS 363 Lecture 1, 8/25 - Introduction to Modeling and Simulation & Lab0a

CS 363 Lecture 2, 8/27 - Software engineering & Lab 0b

CS 363 Lecture 3, 9/1 - Software engineering, Lab 0b (again?!) & Lab 1

CS 363 Lecture 4, 9/3 - Implementing Monte Carlo Monte Hall (optional if your code is done!)

CS 363 Lecture 5, 9/8 - A difference equation simulation

CS 363 Lecture 6, 9/10 - More implementation details and phase space

CS 363 Lecture 7, 9/15 - A scalable Grapher

CS 363 Lecture 8, 9/17 - Using your Grapher/PhaseGrapher as tools, quasimorphism, physics!

CS 363 Lecture 9, 9/22 - Threads, animation, trigonometry, and a pendulum

CS 363 Lecture 10, 9/24 - Bugs and debugging, magnetism and multiple pendula

CS 363 Lecture 11, 9/29 - AffineTransforms, better Pendulum, and multiple pendula

CS 363 Lecture 12, 10/1 - Forces between multiple moving objects.

CS 363 Lecture 13, 10/7 - Listeners and Love

CS 363 Lecture 14, 10/13 - Review

CS 363 Lecture 15, 10/15 - Onwards! Mid feedback, and disking!

CS 363 Lecture 16, 10/20 - Implementing a Unix filesystem

CS 363 Lecture 17, 10/22 - Implementing a Unix filesystem: concepts

CS 363 Lecture 18, 10/27 - Implementing a Unix filesystem: details!

CS 363 Lecture 19, 10/29 - Implementing a Unix filesystem: last chance! Onward.

CS 363 Lecture 20, 11/3 - Traffic!

CS 363 Lecture 21, 11/5 - More traffic...

CS 363 Lecture 22, 11/10 - Even more traffic...

CS 363 Lecture 23, 11/12 -yet even more traffic...

CS 363 Lecture 24, 11/24 Traffic!

CS 363 Lecture 25, December First - Scenarios

CS 363 Lecture 26, Last class! - Group demos & review

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