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Software Methodology (CMPS 115)

Andrew Levine was a member of a three person team that implemented the classic game Hangman in the Visual Basic language. The game involved three difficulty levels, with a different dictionary used at each difficulty level. Since the group was … Continue reading

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Comparative Programming Languages (CMPS 112)

Grade: B. Fortran assignment: 85/100; C++ assignment: 83/100; LISP assignment: 80/100 (25 pts. extra credit available); Java assignment: 80/100 (20 pts. extra credit available); Prolog assignment: 85/100 (5 pts. extra credit available). Midterm: 191, Final: 255. Course description: Covers several programming … Continue reading

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Logic Design (CMPE 100)

Andrew’s performance on the quizzes was acceptable, and his performance on the final was excellent.  Overall, Andrew’s performance in this class was worthy of an A. Course description: Boolean algebra, logic minimization, finite state machine design, sequential circuits, common logic elements, … Continue reading

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Graph Theory (MATH 115)

Levine’s performance was about average during the quarter, but he did very well in quizzes. His final showed sharp improvement: his score was among the top five. His proof-writing in the final was excellent. Overall, his performance was B range. … Continue reading

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Existentialism and WWII (LTMO 190B)

Andrew Levine’s performance was of barely passing quality. He rarely contributed to the discussions, and though he completed the required written work, its quality was very poor. Course description: Explores the effects of a historical event, World War II, on French … Continue reading

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Methods of Stochastic Analysis (CMPE 107)

Andrew did an excellent job on the homework assignments. Andrew’s performance on the examinations was within class average. Overall, Andrew did a good job in this class. Course description: This class offers an introduction to probabilistic methods of system analysis.  It … Continue reading

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Engineering Mathematics (MATH 027)

Patchy homework suggests that he could have improved on his ‘pass’ grades in the two examinations. Course description: The aim of this course is to introduce students to methods for solving ordinary differential equations, and also to the algebra of matices … Continue reading

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Mid-20th Century Literature (LTAM 100D)

Andrew completed this course, “Mid 20th Century Literature: Ten Women Poets,” after successfully revising each of his three essays. He related an idea of Muriel Rukeyser’s on the power of art, set out in The Life of Poetry, to Rukeyser’s … Continue reading

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Introduction to Computer Organization – Lab (CMPE 012L)

His performance in the lab is excellent. Course description: Course 12L is a laboratory sequence in assembly language programming. The lab examines both RISC and microcontroller programming. One two-hour laboratory per week with an optional second two-hour laboratory. Students are billed … Continue reading

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Introduction to Computer Organization (CMPE 012C)

His performance in the lecture is good. Course description: Introduction to computer organization and assembly language programming. Topics include assembly language, number systems, instruction sets, machine data structures, computer architecture, and memory organization. The course also overviews assemblers, monitors, compilers, debuggers, … Continue reading

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