You are expected to attend lecture
synchronously unless you are in a remote time zone.
You should attend the lecture for which you are registered.
Lectures 1 (remote) and 3 (in-person) meet 12:20-1:40pm EST.
Lectures 2 (remote) and 4 (in-person) meet 4:00-5:20pm EST.
If you are registered for in-person lecture, you may attend
lecture in-person but are not required to do so.
You are required to attend synchronously if you do not attend in-person.
We have more students registered in Lecture 3 than we are allowed
to have in the lecture room at any one time.
If you are registered in Lecture 3, you should see a Canvas announcement with details about which days you may actually attend Lecture 3 in-person.
If you are registered in Lecture 4, you may attend that lecture in-person on every day it is offered.
If you are registered in Lectures 1 and 2, you are registered as a remote student and therefore should not attend lectures or labs in-person.
|Number||Date||Topics Covered||Notes and Readings|
|01||2 Feb||Introduction, Equivalence, Evaluation, Typing, Binding, Scope||lecture 01|
|02||4 Feb||Functions||lecture 02|
|03||9 Feb||Recursion and Induction||lecture 03|
|04||11 Feb||Lists, Tail Recursion, Structural Induction||lecture 04|
|05||16 Feb||Datatypes, Trees and Structural Induction||lecture 05|
|06||18 Feb||Asymptotic Analysis||lecture 06|
|23 Feb||BREAK DAY; no lecture|
|07||25 Feb||Sequential Sorting||lecture 07|
|08||2 Mar||Parallel Sorting||lecture 08|
|09||4 Mar||Polymorphism and Parameterized Datatypes||lecture 09|
|9 Mar||MIDTERM EXAM #1|
|10||11 Mar||Higher-Order Functions||lecture 10||11||16 Mar||Combinators, Staging||lecture 11|
|12||18 Mar||Continuations||lecture 12|
|13||23 Mar||Exceptions||lecture 13|
|14||25 Mar||Regular Expressions||lecture 14|
|15||30 Mar||Regular Expressions (cont)||lecture 15|
|16||1 Apr||Modular programming I: Signatures and Structures||lecture 16|
|17||6 Apr||Modular programming II: Functors||lecture 17|
|18||8 Apr||Modular programming III: Invariants of Red/Black Trees||lecture 18|
|13 Apr||MIDTERM EXAM #2|
|15 Apr||SPRING CARNIVAL|
|19||20 Apr||Parallelism, Cost Semantics, Sequences|
|20||22 Apr||Lazy programming|
|21||27 Apr||Imperative programming|
|22||29 Apr||Introduction to Context-Free Grammars and Parsing|
|23||4 May||Introduction to Computability|
|11 May||FINAL EXAM -- To BE ANNOUNCED|
The "Notes and Readings" field will usually be blank until it is updated after the given day's lectures (generally by evening).
Disclaimer: All topics and dates are subject to change.