Lab Course: Basics & Lab

Course

Description

For starting master students not yet confident in their programming/practical skills we have a slightly different Lab Course. Here the initial focus is on learning C to a reasonable level by implementing numerical and computer graphics related algorithms. There are weekly exercises concluded with a programming project in the teaching free time. Further information can be found in the slides.

Practical programming is required in all Computer Graphic lectures and the normal lab courses. Thus for students lacking practical programming skills this lab course is a great chance. However, if you are confident in your practical skills, then we advise you to take a normal lab course as more knowledge about Computer Graphics is gained.

First meeting

To participate:

Exercise

  • Exercise start: 02.05.2017
  • Exercise dates: Tue. 14:15-16:00 VR-Lab I.80

Documents

Assignment Sheets

Exercise 0: Computing Environment
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 121 KB)
Exercise 0: Foreword
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 99 KB)
Exercise 1: Control Flow
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 161 KB)
Exercise 2: Data Types
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 176 KB)
Exercise 3: Pointers and Memory Management
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 154 KB)
Exercise 4: Basic Classes
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 187 KB)
Exercise 5: Basic Data Structures
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 126 KB)
Exercise 6: Pointer-Data-Structures
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 169 KB)
Exercise 7: Standard Template Library - Containers
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 181 KB)
Exercise 8: Basic Numerics
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 221 KB)
Exercise 8: Introduction to Linking
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 108 KB)
Exercise 9: OpenGL
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 239 KB)
Exercise 10: OpenGL and Scene Graphs
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 178 KB)
Exercise 11: Gradient Descent
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 191 KB)
Exercise 12: Function Fitting
Assignment sheet  (PDF document, 537 KB)