COP5025-1: Programming Language Foundations

General Information
Robert van Engelen
Carothers Hall Rm 101B
644 9661
Office Hours
1:15-2:15pm MWF
Acquaintance with contemporary programming languages and some familiarity with mathematics is helpful but not required.
Ryan Stansifer. The Study of Programming Languages
Lecture notes: available from the Web at
Lecture Room
103 Love Bldg., 9:30-10:45am, TR
Roll is not taken, but you are responsible for all material presented in class.
There will be a midterm (50%) and a final (50%) exam. Exam dates will be scheduled in advance. A grade of zero will be recorded for missed exams unless prior arrangements have been made. Assignments will be given on a regular bases and are intended to prepare for the tests. The assignments, when turned in before or at the due date 5pm, will be graded and may account for a 10% bonus on the total grade.
Homework assignments should be completed individually. Copying another's solution is cheating. See the Honor Code stated in the Student Handbook for more details.
Please advice the instructor of this class at your earliest convenience (minimum of five working days) if you have a disability that will require a reasonable accomodation for any of the activities in the course schedule.

Please notify the Department of Computer Science five working days prior to the event if a reasonable accomodation for a disability is needed: 644 2296 (voice), 644 0058 (fax).

This syllabus and other class materials are available in alternative format upon request.

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