What is included with this book?
Paul Tymann, M.S., is an associate professor at Rochester Institute of Technology. Carl Reynolds is a professor of computer science at Rochester Institute of Technology.
|Schaum's Outline of Principles of Computer Science|
|Introduction to Computer Science Definition Algorithms|
|A Brief History Lesson|
|A Roadmap Algorithms What are they, what are they good for?|
|Developing an algorithm|
|Formal models of computation Hardware Binary and other number systems|
|Boolean Logic Gates Computer Organization|
|The Von Neumann Model Control Unit Registers ALU Memory Software Languages Compiled, interpreted Virtual machines OOP, Scripting Programming in Java Types, operators, identifiers Classes, objects Basic control structures|
|Methods Operating Systems|
|What are they?|
|Multi-tasking, multi-user Scheduling Networking Basic Concepts|
|The Internet TCP/IP|
|The world wide web Social Issues Privacy Viruses Hacking Encryption Can computers kill?|
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