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This course provides the foundations of computer science along with the terminology and basic notations. The course is strictly linked with the laboratory, that introduces to the basic use of a computer.
Computers, algorithms, and languages:
- the concept of algorithm;
- von Neumann machine;
- programming languages.
- variables and assignments;
- control structures;
- examples of algorithms.
Number representations in the electronic machines:
- positional notation of integer numbers;
- base conversions.
- unsigned numbers;
- signed-magnitude representation;
- one's complement;
- two's complement;
- rational numbers, fixed-point representation;
- arithmetic operations.
Introduction to codes:
|Giovanni Pighizzini, Mauro Ferrari||Dai fondamenti agli oggetti. Corso di programmazione JAVA (Edizione 3)||Pearson Addison-Wesley||2008||978 88 7192 448 9|
Written test with exercises and questions.
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