CS 1316 Exam I Vocabulary Words

CS 1316 Exam I Vocabulary Words - CS 1316 Exam I Vocabulary...

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CS 1316 Exam I Vocabulary Words Model: A detailed description of structure and behavior. (i.e. A representation of physical objects or systems that is used (via a simulation, or executing the model) to answer questions about the real objects or systems.) Simulation: A simulation is an execution of a model. Graph: are like trees, but allow for arbitrary linking. Any node can link to any other node, allowing for looping. Great for representing structures that do loop. Linked List: A list in which each one is a link in the chain that references or links to the next. Object Oriented Programming: Programmer cares about more than just specifying a process, you care about who (or what) does each task in the process and how the overall process emerges from different objects. Simula: a programming language for creating simulations. Object oriented programming dates back to it. Smalltalk: A programming language that portrays our current understanding of object oriented programming. Java is an object oriented programming language based on the ideas of Smalltalk.
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course CS 1316 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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CS 1316 Exam I Vocabulary Words - CS 1316 Exam I Vocabulary...

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