mid2-comm - COMMENTS ON THE APRIL 19 MIDTERM - The second...

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COMMENTS ON THE APRIL 19 MIDTERM ------------------------------ The second midterm will be Monday, Apr. 19. Here are some comments on it: --- The exam will be entire class period. --- It will be open book and note: you may use both textbooks for this class, any class notes you've taken, any notes from the class web page, and any assignments you've done. --- However, you will not have time to rely overmuch on your notes or the text. --- No laptops, cell phones, calculators, etc. --- If we have a counting problem with a complicated calculation, we'll probably ask you to set up the equation for the calculation, but not actually compute the final answer. --- Possible topics: The exam will cover material from the Midterm 1 cutoff up to, but not including, Python. Specifically, it may include questions on the following: -- Machine organization, including computing and hardware trends (Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.5 and linked notes) -- Computer security, encryption/decryption (Ch. 8) -- Human-computer interaction (web links)
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course CSCI 1001 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.

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