Dr. Robert Silverman

Computer Science Department

CSU Stanislaus

One University Circle

Turlock, CA 95382, USA

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Contact Information

  • Office DBH (a.k.a. P Building), Rm. 285.

  • Phone: (209) 667 3872

  • email: [best channel] rsilverman@csustan.edu

  • My Schedule of Classes and Office Hours

  • Final exams dates link to university webpage.

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Now, that LibreOffice fixed a bug, each page should be fresh copy. Thanks LibreOffice for the fix. If you get a feeling that you are looking at stale (cached) page, use refresh control. And tell me which page so that I can fix it.


Basic Student Information

  • The Computer Science Department is located in DBH building (aka P building) in North-West corner of the campus, room DBH287.

  • The Computer Science Laboratory is located in DBH building (aka P building) in room DBH288.

Spring 2015

CS3100 Data Structures and algorithms (Java)

Textbook:

Data Abstraction and Abstractions with Java, 3/E by Frank Carrano



CS3740 Computer Organization (hardware of computer systems)

Textbook:

Computer Organization and Architecture by Linda Null, 3rd or 4th edition.

The bookstore will not order 3rd edition but for our course, 3rd edition is fine and there is plenty of them out there. You have to buy it on your own, not from our bookstore.



CS4410 Automata Computation and Formal Languages (offered every two years normally) (models of computations) (Theory group).

Textbook:

Required: Intro to Formal Languages and Automata, by Linz, 4th or 5th ed.

The bookstore will not order 4th edition but for our course, 4th edition is fine and there is plenty of them out there. You have to buy it on your own, not from our bookstore.




Schedule for the Elective Courses I teach:

  1. Odd years Spring CS4410 Automata, Computability, and Formal Languages (Theory Group) link

  • Prereq for CS4410: Read this carefully. The catalog says you must have CS4100.

  • Updated June 2014. I will let you take CS4410 concurrently with CS4100. It turns out CS4100 course gets full in a jiffy because it is a required course. Plan ahead. If you want to take my course, you must have taken CS4100 or be registered for it concurrently.

  1. Odd years Fall CS4270 ECommerce Systems Design (elective) link

  2. Even years Spring CS4840 Computer Security and Cryptography (elective) link

  3. Even years Fall CS4800 Software Engineering (Practice Group) link

  1. Course on Android, Limited Engagement, CS4950, elective, it was offered in Summer 2014, it may possibly be offered again in Summer 2015. Depends. This is introduction to programming Android applications. Link


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How to Add my Class and how to Stay in my Class.

Students trying to add my course must attend all class meetings until I decide whether or not to add them (probably by the 2nd or 3rd class meeting). If there is space and if I decide to add students, then students will be added in the order on the wait list. Registered students missing first two class meetings will be dropped.

On 2nd class meeting if you are trying to add, please approach me in the beginning of the class so that I can put you on the add list. I will email you to your csustan email the permission number that you will use to register on line.



Copyright

All information on this website is copyrighted by Robert R. Silverman, 2002, ... current date. No part of this system or information presented here can be reproduced using any means, such as: book print, physical, electronic, chemical, biological, mathematical, telepathic, or other not yet discovered means without the explicit permission by Dr. Robert R. Silverman, CSU Stanislaus, rsilverman@csustan.edu An explicit permission is given to all my students to copy this material as needed for educational noncommercial purpose.