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SS08_CSE201_Lecture_01 - CSE 201 Fundamentals of...

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1 CSE 201 Fundamentals of Information Technology Dr. Abdol Hossein Esfahanian Computer Science and Engineering Department 3115 Engineering Building
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2 CSE 210 Catalog Description Prerequisite: (CSE 101 or CSE 131) and (MTH 103 or MTH 116 or MTH 124 or MTH 132 or LBS 117) Recommended Background : High school algebra; literacy in web and computer tools, such as editor and browser. Description: Digital representation of objects such as numbers, signals, and 3 dimensional shapes. Algorithms that operate on digital objects. Computer communications and the Internet. Computer security and web services.
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3 Course Objectives To provide an understanding of several fundamentals of information representation and management. To expose students to fundamental concepts in computing and data communication To provide prerequisite background to those continuing in additional course work in the broad IT area. To provide skills needed to manage information, such as choosing tools, system components, or information representations and algorithms. To familiarize students with specific applications.
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4 Course Model (3,0,3) Three hours of lecture (discussion and problem solving included) per week. Students will use their own computers, or general MSU lab computers, and common software to do homework. A CSE Lab will be used for contact with the teaching assistants in a help session format. CSE accounts will be availableto students so that they may access any special software or data files used by the instructor.
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5 General information and Class Procedures Class notes and other course materials and resources will be available on the course website: http://www.cse.msu.edu/~cse201/ It is password protected (cse201, itin4me). Visit this site on regular basis. It is your responsibility!
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6 General Information… Instructor: Dr. Abdol Hossein Esfahanian Email: [email protected] Url: http://www.cse.msu.edu/~esfahani/ Office: 2134EB Tel: 353 4389 Office Hours: W 1:00 3:00pm or by appointment
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