The PDF covers the
following topics related to Computer Science : Introduction, Basics,
Conditionals, Loops, Functions, Error Handling, Arrays, Collections and Dynamic
Memory, Strings, File Input/Output, Encapsulation and Objects, Recursion,
Searching and Sorting, Graphical User Interfaces and Event Driven Programming,
Introduction to Databases and Database Connectivity, Basics, Conditionals,
Loops, Functions, Error Handling, Arrays, Strings, File I/O, Structures,
Recursion, Searching and Sorting, The Java Programming Language, Conditionals,
Loops, Methods, Error Handling and Exceptions, Arrays, Strings , File Input,
Objects, Searching and Sorting, etc.
Author(s): Dr. Chris Bourke, Department of
Computer Science and Engineering, University of Nebraska
This note provides an introduction to computer skills that gives all
students the abilities and activities to know Computer components, computer
functions and benefits, computer viruses and measure of protection, Introduction
to operating systems, PCs operating systems (DOS and Windows), Application
software including word processing, spreadsheets and presentation applications,
Internet and email.
lecture note explains the following topics: Cluster Computing, Scalable Parallel
Computer Architectures, Components for Clusters, Cluster Middleware and Single
System Image, Evolution of Metacomputing, Load Sharing and Balancing, Grid
Computing, Cloud Computing, Virtual Machine and its Provisioning, Time and
This note covers the following
topics: Computing: The Functional Way, Computing Tool, Algorithms: Design and
Refinement, Technical Completeness and Algorithms, Introducing Reals,
Correctness, Termination and Complexity, Compound Data, Higher Order Functions
and Structured Data, Imperative Programming.
Computer Science covers subjects that are often found split between a discrete
mathematics course and a sophomore-level sequence in computer science in data
structure. So here the author's intention is to select the
mathematical foundations with an eye toward what the computer user really needs,
rather than what a mathematician might choose.