Computer Science 126

Spring 2001

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    An introductory survey for students in the sciences and engineering. Hardware and software systems. Programming in C and other languages. Introduction to algorithms and data structures. Applications to solving scientific problems. Fundamentals of the theory of computation. Two lectures, one class, one laboratory. Here's the syllabus.

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