COMPUTER GRAPHICS
CSE 460 / CIS 560

Dr. Norman I. Badler

Fall 2003
MW 1:30-3 pm
Wu and Chen Auditorium, Levine Building

Prerequisites:

A working knowledge of Java, C, or C++ programming is required (one year experience minimum). Knowledge of vector geometry is useful.

Texts:

Course Objectives:

Graphics Facility:

We will use PCs located in SEAS labs.

Course Format:

There will be several Java programming assignments to promote familiarity with 2D and 3D graphical display and interaction concepts. A mid-term and a final exam will be given.

The grading is based approximately 50% on the homework, 25% on the midterm, and 25% on the final exam. No incompletes will be issued for the course. Assignments must be done individually; there are no team projects. Students are expected to know and abide by Penn's Code of Academic Integrity.

Course Blackboard: CSE460-2003C/ (To be created)

Syllabus (2003)