ECE 538: A semi-formal approach to engineering application of
object-oriented programming. Application of the concepts of classes,
inheritance, and polymorphism in engineering problems. Introduction
to the use of class libraries and standard template libraries.
Effective integration of the concepts of application programmer
interfaces (APIs), language features, and class libraries
Prerequisite: C programming experience. Credit: 3 sem. hrs.
This course will demonstrate the application of object-oriented programming to selected engineering problems. These problems will provide practice in parsing files, numerical analysis, graphics, and animation. The primary language will be Java.
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Deitel and Deitel,
Java, How to Program, 11th Edition
[UD reference] notes: 9th Ed.
Cay S. Horstmann and Gary Cornell
Core Java, Volume I – Fundamentals (11th Edition)
[UD reference] Table of Contents notes: 8th Ed.
assignments and projects (100%)
Assignments must be submitted through Isidore. Generally there will be a grace period of about a week.
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