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Computer Science Department University of Central Florida Computer Science I COP 3502 – Introduction COP 3502 – Computer Science I
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Computer Science I: An Introduction page 2 Computer Science 1: Introduction How is COP3502 different than COP 3223? COP 3223 teaches how to program in C Language basics, variable declarations, conditional expressions, if statements, loops, functions, arrays, structures, etc. This will not be covered in this class You will need to freshen up on your C very quickly If you need help, but a good C-language book or find a quality reference online With respect to the C language, we will cover: Pointers, 2D arrays, and linked lists
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Computer Science I: An Introduction page 3 Computer Science 1: Introduction The goals of Computer Science I: Improve knowledge of standard data structures and abstract data types Improve knowledge of standard algorithms used to solve several classical problems Cover some mathematical concepts that are useful for the analysis of algorithms Analyze the efficiency of solutions to problems
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Computer Science I: An Introduction page 4 Computer Science 1: Introduction The goals of Computer Science I: In COP 3223, we only cared if we found a solution to the problem at hand Didn’t really pay attention to the efficiency of the answer For this class: We learn standard ways to solve problems And how to analyze the efficiency of those solutions Finally, we simply expand upon our knowledge of our use of the C programming language
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Computer Science I: An Introduction page 5 Computer Science 1: Introduction Teaching Method: This class is NOT used to teach you C The focus of COP 3223 is to teach you C You should know C already In COP 3223, majority of time was spent going of syntax Programs were often shown in class Programs were even written during class Essentially a requirement for any course teaching a programming language
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Computer Science I: An Introduction page 6 Computer Science 1: Introduction Teaching Method: Majority of this class is used covering algorithm
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