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You are expected to submit your a zip file in Canvas by the specified deadline. The zip file name must match your Tracks ID. For instance, if your Tracks ID is aLastname2016 then your zip file should be called aLastname2016.zip. The zip file should only contain the
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You are expected to submit your zip file in Canvas by the specified deadline. The zip file name must match your Tracks ID. For instance, if your Tracks ID is aLastname2016 then your zip file should be called aLastname2016.zip. Resubmissions are allowed. Canvas will slightly alter the file name to indicate a resubmission with the same file name. This is expected and the grading software will obtain your latest submission as long as you keep submitting files named aLastname2016.zip. The zip file should only contain [login to view URL] and [login to view URL] files.
This project reviews object-oriented technology using C+ classes. You are required to create your own user-defined Matrix type that supports operations specified by the instructor. Throughout the exercise, you will experience the process of creating the "blue-print" for the new data type as well as instantiating objects at run-time and accessing its functions. Specific topics include: initialization via overloaded constructors, public vs. private visibility, behavior vs. data, separation of interface vs. implementation, as well as recursion and other previously covered techniques. The learning objectives of this session include:
to understand how to create user-defined types using C++ classes.
to understand and apply object initialization using an overloaded constructor.
to understand and apply principles of encapsulation and abstraction.
to understand basic linear algebra operations on matrices
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In this project, you will apply many of the concepts covered in the pre-requisites for the course, including control structures (sequence, selection and repetition), functions, pointers, dynamic memory management, and linear data structures. In addition, you will apply the techniques of operator overloading and copy constructors to design classes that are easier to use. After completion, you should feel comfortable with allocating memory on the heap to create more complex data structures, overloading binary and unary operators, and properly implementing copy constructors to achieve deep copy of objects at runtime. Specifically, you will learn how to link different objects in the heap together, to (bi-directionally) traverse through these objects in memory, and to de-allocate all memory previously allocated in the heap.
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