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Introduction to SIMPLE

Introduction to SIMPLE

Introduction to SIMPLE A reduced instruction set High Level Language (HLL) The Simple programming Language Simple has only 7 statements rem - the remainder of the line is a comment input - read from the keyboard print - write to the terminal goto - jump to a line number

By issac
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EEE-3008/8005 Industrial automation, Robotics (& Artificial Intelligence)

EEE-3008/8005 Industrial automation, Robotics (& Artificial Intelligence)

EEE-3008/8005 Industrial automation, Robotics (& Artificial Intelligence) Module leader: Dr. Damian Giaouris Email: Damian.Giaouris@ncl.ac.uk Room: E3.16 – Phone: 0191 222 7327 http://www.ncl.ac.uk/timetable/ Lecture Outcomes: Syllabus outline Book list

By andrew
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EECE.3170 Microprocessor Systems Design I

EECE.3170 Microprocessor Systems Design I

EECE.3170 Microprocessor Systems Design I. Instructor: Dr. Michael Geiger Spring 2016 Lecture 1: Course overview Role of ISA Data types, storage, and addressing. Lecture outline. Announcements HW 1 due 1:00 PM, 5 /19 Exam 3: 6/23 instead of 6/27? Lecture outline Course overview

By tass
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Graphics and C++

Graphics and C++

Graphics and C++. This term you can create programs on UNIX or you can create programs using any C++ compiler (on your own computer). There is open source software available for free, so you don’t have to buy a compiler…. For fun we will be demonstrating Graphics using PC C++ Compilers.

By susanna
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Assembly Language

Assembly Language

Assembly Language. Part 3. Symbols. Symbols are assembler names for memory addresses Can be used to label data or instructions Syntax rules: start with letter contain letter & digits 8 characters max CASE sensitive Define by placing symbol label at start of line, followed by colon.

By amable
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03-60-440: Principles of Programming Languages Classification of programming languages

03-60-440: Principles of Programming Languages Classification of programming languages

03-60-440: Principles of Programming Languages Classification of programming languages. “There are only two kinds of programming languages: those people always bitch about and those nobody uses.” -- Bjarne Stroustrup. Generated using wordle.net from the text of this ppt file. 1 Array languages

By Mercy
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Introduction to Problem Solving Lecture

Introduction to Problem Solving Lecture

Introduction to Problem Solving Lecture. CSC 135 Brenda Wilson. Problem Solving. Algorithm - set of instructions for accomplishing a task unambiguous effective finite (except for continuous processing) Computer Program - algorithm suitable for execution on a computer.

By kiril
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Abstract Data Types

Abstract Data Types

Abstract Data Types. many slides taken from Mike Scott, UT Austin. Data Structures. Data structure is a representation of data and the operations allowed on that data. Abstract Data Types.

By rigg
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Chapter 6 An Introduction to System Software and Virtual Machines

Chapter 6 An Introduction to System Software and Virtual Machines

Chapter 6 An Introduction to System Software and Virtual Machines. 1. Objectives. In this chapter, you will learn about: System software Assemblers and assembly language Operating systems . Objectives. After studying this chapter, students will be able to:

By zaria
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Programming Languages

Programming Languages

Programming Languages . Marjan Sirjani . 1- The Study of Programming Languages. The purpose of language is simply that it must convey meaning. (Confucius) That which can be said, can be said clearly. (Wittgenstein,1963)

By love
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Introduction

Introduction

Chapter 1. Introduction. Reference Book. Database Systems Thomas Connolly, Carolyn Begg, Anne Strachan Addison-Wesley 1999 ISBN: 0-201-34287-1. What is a database ?. The database is the underlying framework of the information system fundamentally changed the way organisations operate

By tori
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Announcements — Tues., Jan. 19

Announcements — Tues., Jan. 19

Announcements — Tues., Jan. 19. For next time, read Learning Computing with Robots , chs. 1 and 2. The Blackboard site is up and operational! not much content mostly links back to my course homepage Printed copies are available from Graphic Creations 1809 Lake Avenue, Knoxville

By synclair
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Joined up Health and Bio Informatics:

Joined up Health and Bio Informatics:

Joined up Health and Bio Informatics:. Alan Rector Bio and Health Informatics Forum/ Medical Informatics Group Department of Computer Science University of Manchester rector@cs.man.ac.uk www.cs.man.ac.uk/mig img.man.ac.uk www.clinical-escience.org mygrid.man.ac.uk. The Problem.

By channery
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What is a Computer?

What is a Computer?

What is a Computer?. Computer Device capable of performing computations and making logical decisions Computers process data under the control of sets of instructions called computer programs Personal computers : economical enough for individual

By turi
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COP 3223H: Honors Introduction to Programming with C (Spring 2014 ) Instructor: 	 Muhammad Faisal Amjad HEC-250 Data

COP 3223H: Honors Introduction to Programming with C (Spring 2014 ) Instructor: Muhammad Faisal Amjad HEC-250 Data

COP 3223H: Honors Introduction to Programming with C (Spring 2014 ) Instructor: Muhammad Faisal Amjad HEC-250 Data Systems Lab, faisal@knights.ucf.edu Course Time: MoWeFr 8:30AM - 9:20AM, BHC 0126. Office Hours: MoWe 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

By tegan
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Embedded Systems Introduction

Embedded Systems Introduction

Embedded Systems Introduction. Microprocessor building blocks. 1. ALU (Arithmetic Logic Unit): The ALU is a sequential logic circuitry that is intended to perform arithmetic and logical operations, such as ADD, SUBTRACT, AND, OR, SHIFT.

By mercury
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Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies

Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies

Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies. Lesson 2. How do computers work?. Rationale.

By alena
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Introduction to Computer Science – What it is, History

Introduction to Computer Science – What it is, History

Introduction to Computer Science – What it is, History. Some of these slides are based on material from the ACM Computing Curricula 2005 . What Is Computer Science?. Science? Do computer scientists do experiments? (hypothesis, test, evaluate) Art ?

By kesler
(343 views)

RISC, CISC, and Assemblers

RISC, CISC, and Assemblers

RISC, CISC, and Assemblers. Hakim Weatherspoon CS 3410, Spring 2012 Computer Science Cornell University. See P&H Appendix B .1-2, and Chapters 2.8 and 2.12; als 2.16 and 2.17 . Big Picture: Understanding Tradeoffs. compute jump/branch targets. memory. register file. A. alu. D. D.

By tybalt
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EEE-3008/8005 Industrial automation, Robotics (& Artificial Intelligence)

EEE-3008/8005 Industrial automation, Robotics (& Artificial Intelligence)

EEE-3008/8005 Industrial automation, Robotics (& Artificial Intelligence). Module leader: Dr. Damian Giaouris Email: Damian.Giaouris@ncl.ac.uk Room: E3.16 – Phone: 0191 222 7327 http://www.ncl.ac.uk/timetable/ . Lecture Outcomes: . Syllabus outline Book list

By fred
(260 views)

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