IBCS2 - 1819 - December

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Monday - Friday (12/24/18 - 12/28/18)

  • Winter Break

Thursday (12/20/18)

Agenda:

  • Binary Tree Traversal
  • Binary Trees Quiz
  • Criterion B: Design
    • Record of Tasks
    • Flowcharts
    • Test plan
    • Class diagrams
  • Winter Break HW
    • Complete Criterion B: Record of Tasks spreadsheet
    • Diagram user action flow chart(s) for your IA
    • Develop test plan
    • Work on your IA code!!

Tuesday (12/18/18)

Friday (12/14/18)

Agenda:

  • Period 4: Types of Linked Lists
    • Singly-linked lists
    • Doubly-linked lists
    • Circular linked lists
    • What are some typical applications for each of the linked lists?
  • NetBeans GUI walk-through and review

Wednesday (12/12/18)

Agenda:

  • Poker Hands: Part 1 has been graded -- did you forget to turn it in?
  • Poker Hands: Part 2 has been posted to repl.it -- turn it in now
  • Turn in Circular Queue to repl.it also

Thursday - Monday (12/6/18 - 12/10/18)

Agenda:

  • Work on Dynamic Queue Documentation assignment - due in Canvas by Sunday (12/9/18)
  • Dynamic queue implementation
  • Linked Lists
    • Traversing through a LL
    • Adding an item to a LL
    • Deleting an item from a LL
    • Modifying an item in a LL
    • Searching for an item in a LL
  • Types of Linked Lists

Tuesday (12/4/18)

Warmup:

Agenda:

  • Programming with nodes and terminology:
    • node
    • data / cargo
    • pointers, reference variables or references
    • next reference
    • null
  • More advanced documents w/ headers, page breaks, and table of contents
  • Dynamic Queue Documentation Assignment
    1. You may use this Dynamic Queue Visualization to help you
    2. Create a Google document - it will have 3 sectioned headers
    3. Use headers (literally) for each of the following sections: isEmpty(), enqueue(data) / add(data), dequeue()
    4. Illustrate the memory diagram using nodes for isEmpty()
    5. Describe what is being shown in the illustration (using numbered steps if it helps)
    6. Illustrate the memory diagram using nodes for enqueue(data) / add(data) - before and after images!
      • Diagram the special case of enqueueing to an empty queue
      • Diagram the general case for enqueue
    7. Describe what is being shown in the illustrations (using numbered steps if it helps)
    8. Illustrate the memory diagram using nodes for dequeue() / remove() - before and after images!
      • Diagram the special case of dequeueing when there is only one node in the queue as well as
      • Diagram the general case for dequeue
    9. Describe what is being shown in the illustrations (using numbered steps if it helps)
    10. Submit your document to Canvas by Friday (12/7/18)