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0_ce1_intro - Cyrus Bazeghi Guest Faculty Tutor Stephanie...

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Unformatted text preview: Cyrus Bazeghi Guest Faculty Tutor: Stephanie Schnack Engineering is Design Always with constraints What is the process of design? What is a problem that needs solving? How might you start solving it? Computer Engineering includes Designing computers Designing computer-based systems Embedded systems Autonomous systems Multimedia systems Creating design tools for computer engineering Computer engineering is a mix of hardware and software Some problems are best solved with software Other problems are best solved with hardware The most fun problems require hardware and software. • Design and analysis of …. • Electronic/electrical/optical components and associated signals. • Creation of systems using these components • Usually including computers • Electrical engineering integrates disciplines •physics, chemistry, mathematics, computers, biology, electronics, optics, electromagnetics, communications, video, remote sensing……. • Devices to Systems and Applications to the real world Computer science is the study of the theoretical and practical aspects of computer technology and computer usage...
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