Software Development CSU 670 Spring 2009 (Specker Derivative Game)

Specker Derivative Game | Lecture Notes | Office Hours | Course Directories | Project | Competitions | Baby Robot.
Teaching Staff: 
Your learning facilitator, called professor: Karl Lieberherr.
  Introduces you to software development technology and
  how to apply it to produce a successful robot that
  maximizes its life energy.
Your learning facilitator, called PhD TA: Ahmed Abdelmeged.
  The same as Karl but more on a one-on-one basis. 
  Has extensive experience with software development,
  including developing real trading robots.
  Knows the theory behind the project all the way down to
  its practical implementation using Eclipse.
  Ahmed will grade your sub projects and final project with help from Alex.
Your learning facilitator, called undergraduate TA: Alex Dubreuil.
  Alex has done it before:
  Alex has written both a robot as well as the administrator (with 
  help from Bryan Chadwick and feedback from the Fall 2008 class)
  that we are going to use.
  Alex will run the robot competitions and maintain the administrator.
  He will grade your quizzes.
Your learning facilitator, called PhD software tool developer: Bryan Chadwick
  Bryan's tools will help you to make your 
  robot read and write (following a grammar), walk
  and process its world effectively.
Your learning facilitator, called team mate.
  Your important collaborator in the SCRUM approach. 
Your learning facilitators, called class mates.
  A very important resource. Class member will fill various roles.

Mailinglist (archive, sign-up, etc.)

We will use Java and C# in combination with DemeterF. DemeterF Home Page

CSU 670 Resources
Using DemeterF at CCIS.
Course description .
Syllabus .
Project solutions.
Old exams (Practice exams) .
Blackboard .

Instructor's Home page.