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Students in CS1 were assigned to groups that met during class time to study one member's work on one complex programming problem. When the program was complete, each student wrote a paper describing various aspects of the program. The class response to the writing project was varied and intense.
The student's first serious exposure to computer arithmetic typically occurs in a sophomore course in machine architecture or assembler language. A glance at several excellent and widely used texts for these courses (for example M, Sh, St, T) shows that this material is often presented as an...
Laboratory assignments can reinforce material given in lecture by making it come alive in practice. A prime example is the time complexity of algorithms. However, laboratories that confirm the time complexity of algorithms can be tedious exercises that do not really challenge a student to think...
The process known as procurement is commonly used by academia, industry, and government to acquire the most suitable computer system for their particular working environments. The challenge is to purchase machines yielding the desired performance given certain constraints in funding. The...
The importance of software development expertise to our society and likewise the importance of education in this field are self-evident. At the same time it is undisputed that software development at the professional level is a complex activity. It must be presumed that the make-up of expertise...
No fewer than three microcode simulators have been described in this bulletin since 1987. Carlson's 1 runs on an IBM mainframe, Donaldson's 3 on DOS machines and Dunworth's 4 on DOS or unix machines. All have a traditional textual interface. We wanted a visual interface that would display a...
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