One of the things one might need in scientific computing applications is to write a parallel computing software for computing some stuff, like matrices for example..
Ok, let me see..
First, FCIS third year is not hard at all, it is very interesting and you'll learn so much from it if you wish just try to really free yourself from anything except your studies to enjoy it.
Second, the best thing to learn from during this year in some subjects will be the projects you do, so try to start in those projects as early as possible to give each project enough time and innovate..
Third, what I am going to write next depends mostly on my knowledge and experience that might be outdated as I was in this place may be three years a go and it depends on my way of thinking and opinions.
So, lets see the subjects you do have in it
ok, i admit that it was an innovative method that depends heavily on XML Programming, i can say it saves a lot of time during developing the whole system, as the time required for every feature is nearly constant just some generic methods to solve all the problems that can be found but as known "Generic" can not cope with "Performance", as there must be unneeded steps done with the small/mid sized problems, and it will be fully utilized with the problems that satisfies the general case problem -which is most of the time rare- and even if u had the general case as the smallest/simplest case, u'll waste some performance trying to combine those tiny generic solutions to solve the larger problems
for the SC batch 2010.... now you should have seen half the subjects in the first term in my beloved dept "SC" here are some advices i hope it helps....
first take care how will you read the title i mean don't read it as "The (Half Rule)" but read it as "(The Half) Rule" parenthesis makes difference :D i mean "Half" here is a noun not an adjective if u still can't understand just u'll understand from the context :D
ok ok.. hold on.. "Kanoon El-Noss" , i think it's now clear :D well, this rule was developed in SC'09 Class or u can call them the SC Mens... yes... "Mens"
Al Salamu 3alykom Wa Ra7matULLAH
after the first note which was on facebook about the fourth year depts which was made last year for my class,
i think it was very helpfull so i thought of doing the same this year for FCIS'10 class would be nice and because there are some non-Facebook-users,
i thought it would be better to have this post here not on facebook please answer Those questions if u r/were in FCIS
1. enta f anhy kesm?
2. leh da5alt el kesm da?
continuing with the second and last part in Scientific Computing Posts where the first part was Scientific Computing Dept. [Part 1]
it's just about the courses taken in SC well...
this semester was less interesting than the first term,
may be that was because we had less scientific materials than the first as fourth year studs are planned to finish the exams half a month earlier than usual so the materials taught are less than usual in all the deps but that doesn't mean that we hadn't took nice subjects
that was one of the assignments in Scientific Computing Dept in my college \"to construct a simple polygon form ALL the points i have in a plan\" well, a simple polygon is the polygon where it\'s edges doesn\'t intersect
here is one of the assignments i liked to be doing in Scientific Computing
specifically a Mathematical Programming assignment i could have just implemented a Console application running the algorithm and get my marks, but thats not what i need from SC Dept :)
i think it would be useful for those who want to learn one of the algorithms it runs or for those who want to see what a SC assignment looks like :P well here is the main form