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Introduction to the design and operation of systems software. Analysis is made of current system software technology, including operating systems, language translation systems and file systems.

Principles of computer systems organization, instruction sets, computer arithmetic, data and control paths, memory hierarchies, and assembly language.

Continuation of Computing Foundations I. Further introduces students to both data structures and formalisms used in computer science, such as asymptotic behavior of algorithms. Data structures and formalisms used to both describe and evaluate those data structures simultaneously. By the end of the two-semester sequence of which this course is the second part, each student will have a solid foundation in conceptual and formal models, efficiency, and levels of abstraction as used in the field of computer science.

 Introduces students to both data structures and formalisms used in computer science, such as asymptotic behavior of algorithms. Data structures and the formalisms used to both describe and evaluate those data structures simultaneously. By the end of the two-semester sequence of which this course is the first part, each student will have a solid foundation in conceptual and formal models, efficiency, and levels of abstraction as used in the field of computer science. 

Continuation of CSCE 1030. Software design, structured programming, object-oriented design and programming.

 Introduction to computer science and engineering, problem-solving techniques, algorithmic processes, software design and development.

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