CS 32 Object Oriented Design and Implementation
Summer Session B 2014 (8/5 - 9/11) - EnrlCd 02410
Department of Computer Science
University of California Santa Barbara
- Instructor: Professor Koç
→ Koç is pronounced as "Coach"
- Class Schedule and Room:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 2:00-3:20pm, Phelps 2510
- Instructor Office Hours: Tuesdays 3:30-5:30pm
- Our TA is Arvind CR (email@example.com)
- Recitation and Room:
Friday 2:00-3:20pm, Phelps 3525, EnrlCd: 02428
- TA Office Hours: Monday 1:00-3:00pm
- TA Office:
Trailer 936 Room 104
- Join the Piazza page
for class discussions.
- Check the class web site, the Piazza page,
and/or your email once a day.
- Course material is in the folder docx.
- TA's Web Page,
which contains the programming assignments
- The grades: ss14
(The Code is your PERM number mod 997)
- Visualizations (with sound) of sorting algorithms:
The Midterm Exam will be held on Thursday, August 28.
The Final Exam will be held on Thursday, September 11.
No makeup exam can be given under any circumstances.
We will have 5 programming assignments.
(Due 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th week)
For details and helpful information on programming assignments,
see the TA's web site: URL
Programming assignments are due every Saturday midnight.
We will have 3 homework assignments. (Due 2nd, 4th, and 6th week of
- Homework Assignment 01 - due Aug 12, Tuesday
Select two of the sorting algorithms: Bubblesort, Insertionsort,
Selectionsort, Mergesort, Heapsort, and Quicksort and write at least
one page description of each algorithm, followed up by an example
The example should clarify the properties of the sorting algorithm
and the array (of integers) needs to be large enough to show these
properties. Write a brief description of the differences of these
- Homework Assignment #02: hw02.pdf -
Due Aug 26, Tuesday
- Homework Assignment #03: hw03.pdf -
Due Sep 9, Tuesday
Weekly Course Plan
- Week1 (Aug 5, 6, 7): Introduction, Operating Systems and Linux,
Shells and Processes
- Week2 (Aug 12, 13, 14): Sorting Algorithms
- Week3 (Aug 19, 20, 21): Thinking Object Oriented, Classes,
More on Classes
- Week4 (Aug 26, 27, 28): Big Three: Copy Constructor,
Assignment Operator, and Destructor; Inheritance
- Week5 (Sep 2, 3, 4): Programs in Memory, Local and Dynamic
- Week6 (Sep 9, 10, 11): Variables, Templates, and STL
Textbook and Notes
- Homework Assignments: 15 %
- Programming Assignments: 45 %
- Midterm: 20 %
- Final: 20 %
Advanced topics in object-oriented computing.
Topics include encapsulation, data hiding, inheritance,
polymorphism, compilation, linking and loading,
memory management, and debugging; recent advances in
design and development tools, practices, libraries, and
operating system support.
CS 24 with a grade of C or better.
CS 32 is a legal repeat for CS 60.
Integrity at UCSB ←
Dr. Çetin Kaya Koç