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Following are three personal files on teaching evaluations:

1. A letter from my dean, requesting I improve my teaching relative to my SET Fall 2013.

2. The relevant SET summary which prompted the dean's letter.

3. A Spring 2014 letter from the provost, lauding me as an exemplary teacher.

My comments:

I ignored the directives in the dean's letter. I did not complete any of the suggested activities.

The dean's negative letter was based upon only one statistic in that SET and you can review the entire SET.

I changed nothing about my teaching between semesters before receiving the laudatory letter.

A fourth file is a research article on the effective use of teaching evaluations.

Please draw your own conclusions.

Class meets Tu & Th, 12:30pm - 1:45pm, LH 106

Office ITEB 231, Office hours Tu 1:45pm - 2:30pm & Th, 11:30am - 12:15pm

Meeting deadlines and class attendance are central to success in this course. HW is due no later than 12:30pm on the due date! To be very clear, by 12:31pm it is considered late. I will take your HW submissions at the start of class and then go over it in detail. It is not fair for grading to provide the opportunity to hear the discussion and then submit. Late homework will not be graded. There will be no exceptions to this policy!!!

Text: Graphics & Visualization, T. Theoharis et al, A.K. Peters, 2008

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Text, Exercises, 3.11, 6 (4 pts), 10 (2 pts) .
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HW8 Due, Tuesday, 3/22/16 at the START of class, Integration Paragraph will be discussed. Email your paragraph by 11am: Title, name of author(s), short description, key technical areas, known challenges or obstacles. (5 pts).
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Tuesdays will be presentations of topics of interest (your selections!!) or consultative design sessions to complete your project.

Thursdays will be short progress reports (2 - 5 minutes) by each team, followed by consultations.

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`Dynamic Visual Analytics for Data Driven Discovery' for Fall 2014

Reading for 1st class assigned via email to all students.

Syllabus will be formed during 1st class.

Class meets M & W, 1:25 - 2:40pm, E2-323

Office ITEB 231, Office hours M 10 - 10:50am & W 12:10 - 1:15pm

There will be 6 homeworks due, 15 points each.

The final will be 10 points.

These deadlines and class attendance are central to success in this course.

Weeks 1 & 2; Chapters 1 - 2.4

Week 3; rest of Chapter 2 Week 4: Sections 3.1 - 3.6 & Chapter 17

Week 5; More of Chapter 3

Week 6; Finish Chapter 3, 4, 5.

Weeks 7 - 8; Chapters 7 & 8,

Week 9, Ch. 17, 9

Week N, Chapter N, for N = 10 - 14.

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Homeworks 4 - 6, indicted below, are due on Wednesday, March 26, April 9 & 16, respectively.
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Conceptual design and initial experimentation have been completed.

Implementation is the goal for Spring 14. Class meetings scheduled M, W, F 11:15 - 12:05, LH 306

Office ITEB 231, Office hours M 10 - 10:50am & W 12:10 - 1:15pm

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10/7, Course notes on cardinality, as sent by email on 10/6/13

Cardinality

11/5, Good source for Cantor's Diagonalization Argument

Cantor's Diagonalization

Homework 1.5, ,Mathematical Induction

11/5 HW4 [More on MI], as follows

p. 41 of text, #1a, b (each worth 2 points)[for a total of 4 points]

p. 41 of text, #2, 4 points

p. 34 Do a complete proof by induction, with full reasons for each step of the Claim: Every integer greater than or equal to 2 is prime or a product of prime numbers. 5 points

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9/17, Bonus Homework Letter, *Now available*, due Thursday, 9/26/13
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Bonus Homework Letter

The graded versions will be returned the next class after the due date for your feedback & follow-up questions.

If you miss the class where work is returned, it is your responsibility to arrange for its return or it will be destroyed after some reasonable time.

I *strongly* suggest reading Lectures prior to class.

Chapter IV will be modified to emphasize induction more, with a new homework added specifically for induction.

FINAL EXAM: according to University calendar.

My Office hours: TuTh, 7:30am, in FS103, prior to class and 9:15am - 10am ITEB 231.

Xian's Office hours: Wednesday, ITEB 140, 2:30pm - 3:30pm.

Grading Scheme: Regular homework totals 45 points.

Project I has been adjusted to 20 points, following unanimous class vote on October 31, 2013.

Tests on November 12, 2013 will total 10 points.

Final exam: 25 points.

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The first homework assignment is due at the 3rd Tuesday class.

The 6 homework assignments are in the primary course source, above.

Tuesdays for Homework due: 2/5, 2/19, 3/5, 3/26, 4/9, 4/23, generally every two weeks, except mid-term week and Spring break

Mid-term 2/28

FINAL EXAM: according to University calendar, possibly Tues, May 7, 1 - 3pm, *but* subject to official later change by registrar

My Office hours: TuTh, 8:45am - 9:15am, 3:15pm - 3:45pm, ITEB 231

Sotiris's Office hours: 2:30 to 4:00 on Mondays, in ITE 140 (next to the computer lab ITE 138)

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Final exam: 20 points.

Course grade: 70% from homework, 10% from mid-term, 20% from final.

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A 10 point research presentation for the last day of class.

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Peters, T. J., Stewart, N. S., Ferguson, D. R., and Fussell, P. F.,

Proceedings of the 1997 ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry,

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