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© Derek Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/26/2009 © Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 2 306: Bits and Data Types Prof. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin
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Administration l I’ll put up a survey to vote on my office hours l Am working on a syllabus that includes reading l Will likely be a Google doc that the Tas and I will be changing as the class progresses 22
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33 l Recap l Class Introduction l Introduction to Introduction to Computing Systems l Why do you need to learn what is beneath abstractions? l Not true for everything BUT …. l Why do older people have trouble with technology? l Outline l Digital abstraction l The bit as a unit of information l Basic data types l Encoding of bits: Binary numbers (integer data type,
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Problem Sets l Moving to daily problems l Due exactly 1 week after they are assigned 44
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55 Layers of Computing l Problem Areas l Scientific, business l Statement of the problem l “Girl Scout Cookies” l Application l Excel, Powerpoint l Algorithm – a step-by-step procedure that is guaranteed to
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