47 - Terms Variables Lists Arrays Vectors Matrices Lecture...

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Terms Variables, Lists, Arrays, Vectors, Matrices Lecture 2 First Part ENGR 101 Section 100 Winter 2012 Standard Disclaimer: These lecture notes are provided as a SERVICE to you to help you study for this class. At no time are we obligated to provide notes for every lecture. Understand that these notes are NOT a replacement for either coming to lecture or for the class readings. Indeed, these notes represent only a PARTIAL SET, which means it's up to you to attend class (or to find someone else's notes) to fil in the SUBSTANTIAL fraction of the lecture that has been left out of these notes. Indeed, these notes may represent only a draft and may be based on last term's lectures (which may or may not be repeated in their entirety for this term.) If it turns out that attendance to the class drops below 80%, I reserve the right to reduce the amount of content in these notes. If it turns out that attendance to the class drops below 80%, I also reserve the right to discontinue the distribution of these notes either before or after lecture. Copyright: © 2012, Jason M Daida. Al Rights Reserved. Preview Assignment 0 (Piazza) A story of numbers Terms for mathematical computation Lists Arrays Vectors Matrices Variables Functions Assignment 0 • I’ve liked reading the responses to the prompt What would the world be like if programming was never invented? The world would be simple • Amish http://people.howstuffworks.com/amish1.htm The world would be Victorian • steampunk Left: http://internationalsteampunkcitywaltham.org/ Right: http://queenofal shereads.blogspot.com/2011/12/new-reading-chal enge-steampunk.html Maybe there is too much ! ! of programming Disney: Wal -E
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Notes • Most people have talked about power and pervasiveness of programming • True, the question is asked by me (presumably biased) • Still, many responses are thoughtful • If nearly everything man-made is touched by programming, is it a surprise that a class like this
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course ENGR 101 taught by Professor Ringenberg during the Winter '07 term at University of Michigan.

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