Introduction to Computer Science
Textbook and Related Materials
- Forouzan, B. A., & Mosharraf, F. (2008). Foundations of Computer Science. London, UK: Thomson Learning.
- Vermaat, M. E. (2014). Discovering Computers 2014. Independence, KY: Cengage Learning.
- Beekman, G. (2012). Digital Planet: Tomorrow's Technology and You, Complete 10E. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, Inc.
- Additional materials will be accessed directly via WWW.
- 15% Quiz
- 35% Mid-Term Exam.
- 40% Final Exam.
- 10% In-class Response
Format and Naming Scheme
- The works you have to hand out in this course fall into two categories:
The first is called HOMEWORK and the second is called Reading Assignment. We will use the abbreviations HW and RA to denote them, respectively.
- The naming scheme for your HW and RA in electronic version:
where NO denotes the number of HW or RA, and ID denotes your student ID. For example, your ID is B00106055 and the work is the second HW. Therefore, the name for your work should be BCC2016HW02B00106055.DOC.
Lecture Schedule (Tentative)
- [2016-02-22] Introduction
- [2016-02-29] Holiday, have a nice day
- [2016-03-07] Data Representation
- [2016-03-14] Number System I
- [2016-03-21] Number System II
- [2016-03-28] Computer Organization
- [2016-04-04] Holiday, have a nice day
- [2016-04-11] Operating Systems
- [2016-04-18] Midterm Exam.
- [2016-04-25] Network's ABC
- [2016-05-02] Internet
- [2016-05-09] Programming Languages I
- [2016-05-16] Programming Languages II
- [2016-05-23] Algorithm
- [2016-05-30] Information System
- [2016-06-06] Database Systems I
- [2016-06-13] Database Systems II
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- [2016-06-20] Final Exam.