The block course provides a short but extensive introduction to the programming language C++. It is aimed at students that have a solid knowledge of Java or another imperative programming language. C++ is used in many research groups in the "Institut für Neuroinformatik" (Institute for Neural Computation) and is required for the exercises in "Artificial Neural Networks" and "Vision in Man and Machine".
- Basic concept (C/C++): control structures, type system, operations, implicit/explicit casts, functions, declarations/definitions, preprocessor, pointer and arrays, internal/external bindings, compiler-linker-concept, memory management
- Classes in C++: references, const-qualifier, default-parameter, encapsulation, abstraction, polymorphy, constructor/destructor, overloaded functions, copy-constructor, assignment operator, inheritance, virtual functions, abstract classes/interfaces, static/dynamic binding, static elements/methods
- Templates: template functions, template methods, template classes, inline, explicit inline, specialization, meta programming
- Standard Template Library (STL): cout, cin, string, fstream, vector, list, queue
- Parallelization in C++ 11
- Course type
- Lab courses
- 4 CP
- Winter Term 2015/2016
- Lab course
every day from 10:00 to 18:00 in room CIP (ID 03/139).
First appointment is on 15.02.2016
Last appointment is on 26.02.2016
It is assumed that participants are already familiar with an imperative, possibly object oriented programming language, e.g., Java. This course is not suited for programming beginners.