Info2 Wintersemester 2017/2018
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This course is an introduction to algorithms and data structures. It will be taught in German with all written material in English. It will be taught using the Java programming language, but it is not about the language. Mastery of basic Java syntax as taught in Informatik I is assumed. We learned primitive data types, statements and rules, interfaces and classes in Informatik I. We will now be looking at more complex data structures and algorithms which work on these data structures.
In particular we will be concentrating on how to solve (small) problems using a programming language. At the end of the semester there will be an introduction to ProLog so that you get a feel for the language and learn something about differences in (declarative) programming languages.
The class consists of 2x2h of lectures and 2h of lab. Please refer to the LSF for time and location information (link above).
There will be a tutorial held by Marcel Trattner. This is not obligatory and mainly an additional opportunity to get help on the exercises or with exam preparation.
Assignments and Grades
For passing Info2, you need to pass three parts:
- the Lab (“Programmierübungen mit Rücksprache”)
- the Presentation ("Lernen durch Lehre")
- the Exam (“Klausur”)
There will be a new grading and scaled learning schema for the lecture!
More info about the Lab Reports and their assessment can be found on the Labs page.
There will be a 2-hour online examination. The exam will be an on-line exam with three parts, a multiple-choice part, an essay part, and a programming part.
As the lab mandatory reports (3 exercises) are graded, you need to pass them with an corresponding result to pass the class altogether.
The "all in" Grade is determined by the grade of your lab exercises, your lecture/presentation and finally your exam.
Online lecture notes and a handmade A4-page (front and backside written) are allowed this term!
Note that as both, Lab Reports and the Exam are parts of the “Modulprüfung”, cheating on them will result in a 5,0 (nicht bestanden) for the whole module and use up one of the three possible tries for this module.
Examinations for Students who already took Info2
If you already took an Info2 class (with Prof. Kleinen or Prof. Zhang or Prof. Weber-Wulff) and completed the lab reports/exercise part there, you can skip the lab reports. To do so, you have to
- send an email to the other Professor asking them to send your lab grades to me
- send me an email asking me to accept them (you can do both in one email).
You have to decide wether you want to participate in my labs or not at the beginning of the semester, though. As soon as you turn in one lab report with me, you are participating and have to do all of them to pass.
Whether you attend the lectures or not, is your own decision, but note that the content might differ. It’s your responsibilty to inform yourself about the topics covered.