Tag Archives: Computer Science

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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Introduction to Computer Graphics (CMPS 160)

Overall: satisfactory. Exam 1: poor; Exam 2: satisfactory; Assignments and Project: very good. Project was 3D turtle graphics.  It was satisfactory. (Adjective choices: excellent, very good, good, satisfactory, poor.)

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Fundamentals of Compiler Design I (CMPS 104A)

Andrew Levine’s performance in CMPS-104A, Fundamentals of Compiler Design I, during 2000-q4 was as follows:  The overall competence was satisfactory.  The programs were satisfactory.  The tests and exams were adequate. More specifically, the individual components which constituted the grade were … Continue reading

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Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms (CMPS 102)

Out of the 20 students taking the final, Andrew Levine’s overall performance was below average. The first midterm was given early in the quarter and tended to test the students’ background. Andrew did poorly, scoring 18/40 (average 26, high 37). … Continue reading

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Graphs, Games, and Structures (CMPS 106)

Mr. Levine’s performance in this class was as follows – Homework: satisfactory, 70 percent; Quizzes: poor, 61 percent; Final Exam: excellent, 90 percent. Overall Performance: satisfactory, 73 percent.

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Abstract Data Types (CMPS 101)

Performance of this student – Midterm: Excellent; Lab/homework: Excellent; Final: Very Good. Overall result:  Excellent. This was a very large class and I had limited opportunity to have a good individual evaluation of all the students. Narrative evaluation comments ARE … Continue reading

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Introduction to Data Structures (CMPS 012B)

Andrew Levine took CMPS-012B, Introduction to Data Structures.  His overall work, with an average score of 60%, was satisfactory. His programs, with an average score of 63%, were satisfactory, and ranked in the top half of the class of one … Continue reading

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Introduction to Programming (CMPS 012A)

Mr. Levine’s performance in this class was as follows – Quizzes: satisfactory; Homework: very good; Final Exam: very good. His overall performance was very good. Course description: An introductory programming course for computer science and engineering majors where students learn programming … Continue reading

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