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Math 107 Introduction To Scientific Programming
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S.Horton/107/Ch. 1 Slide 2 Acknowledgements … Portions of these notes reproduce charts, slides, and tables from: Java Software Solutions , 4 th , 3 rd Edition (2004), by W. Savitch Some screen shots are: © Microsoft Corporation Other Acknowledgements: Solaris, Java, Java Beans, and JS2E SDK are © Sun Corporation Windows and Window XP are © Microsoft Corporation JCreator Pro and JCreator LE are © Xinox Corporation
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S.Horton/107/Ch. 1 Slide 3 Welcome To… Garbage in, Garbage out. - A common programmer’s lament.
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S.Horton/107/Ch. 1 Slide 4 Course Philosophy I have three major instructional goals for this class that can be summed up in: “Scientific Software Development in Java”
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S.Horton/107/Ch. 1 Slide 5 Course Philosophy - II I. Scientific Use computers to solve quantitative/scientific problems in math, science, economics, … I. Software Development Learn the process used to develop successful software programs; Learn algorithms and special data/control structures to solve problems; I. Java Learn a programming language called Java that can instruct a computer how to operate and handle data.
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S.Horton/107/Ch. 1 Slide 6 Syllabus Walkthrough Instructor/Contact Info Course Material: Book/CD (Get Some Floppies)
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MATH 107 taught by Professor Christinashow during the Spring '08 term at Mesa CC.

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