MW 7:00 PM
Study of integrated hardware and software solutions in computational systems with limited resources. Includes the design and implementation of basic intermodule functions such as device drivers, interrupt handlers, and real-time operating system basic routines.
Minimum grade of C in CMPS 2084
Assignments and programming projects will be made as scheduled and are expected to be completed by the specified due date. Students in this course must demonstrate their competency in fundamentals math skills through homework assignments and tests.
Grades will be given to the assignments handed in on time. Late assignments and projects will be accepted until the first class past the due date, however will have their maximum grade reduced by twenty points. Any assignment or project turned in after that period will be graded zero points.
Students are expected to attend all meetings of the classes in which they are enrolled. Attendance is rewarded by the participation points in the grading criteria.
All students should refer to the current MSU Students Handbook and Activities Calendar for university policies related to class attendance, academic dishonesty, students responsibilities, rights and activities.
Disability needs:The instructor musty be informed if you are a student with a disability and need accommodations for this class.
Cell phones, etc.: Use of any electronic device is not allowed in the classroom. Exceptions must be approved by the instructor.
Student drops: If you wish to drop this course you must first contact your instructor. All students-initiated drops must be processed by October 18, 2010.
Assistance: Please contact your instructor for extra help during this course. This includes class material clarification, expected absences from class due to any personal problem, etc.
Grades will not be posted! Grading system will be discussed in class.
Tests and Final Exam: 20 % (each)
Assignments: 20 %
Project: 15 %
Class Participation: 5 %