The spring semester 2000 class meets in 352 Weir Hall at 4:00 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays.
The class is taught by Prof. Conrad Cunningham, whose office is in 312 Weir Hall. The official office hours for this class are 1:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and by appointment at other times.
Prof. Cunningham's voice telephone number is (662) 915-5358 and fax number is (662) 915-5623. His WWW home page is http://www.cs.olemiss.edu/~hcc/ and his email address is email@example.com (send?).
The WWW home page for this class is http://www.cs.olemiss.edu/~hcc/csci487/ .
This is the capstone course for the undergraduate programs in computer science, typically taken in a student's final semester. Each student must bring the knowledge, understanding, and skills he or she has attained in the undergraduate program to bear on a nontrivial problem in computing science and technology. Each student is expected to solve the problem and present his or her solution in a professional manner.
An individual in-depth study of a current problem in computer science or a related area.
Senior standing in computer science. ("Senior standing in computer science" means successful completion of all courses specifically required in the computer science curriculum that are numbered less than 400.)
The University of Mississippi expects all of its graduates to be competent in basic oral communications skills. In this and other computer science courses, students are expected to demonstrate this competency by exhibiting the following fundamental skills:
As a student in CSci 487, you are expected to conduct yourself in a professional manner according to the Honor Code of the School of Engineering, the Information Technology Appropriate Use Policy, the M Book, and any other relevant policies.
"The Honor Code shall apply to all students, both undergraduate and graduate, registered in and/or seeking degrees through the School of Engineering. The Honor Code shall be understood to apply to all academic areas of the School such as examinations, quizzes, laboratory reports, themes, computer programs, homework, and other possible assignments. Only that work explicitly identified by the class instructor not to be under the Honor Code is excluded. The intent of the Honor Code is to recognize professional conduct and, thus, it shall be deemed a violation of the Honor Code to knowingly deceive, copy, paraphrase, or otherwise misrepresent your work in a manner inconsistent with professional conduct."
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