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Algorithms from systems programming including conversion, buffering, device drivers, assemblers, and loaders. Use of system services, macros, and linkage conventions. Laboratory exercises programmed in assembly language.   Prerequisites: CPE 100 - Computer and Logic Design I and CS 135 - Computer Science I (or other high-level language course).


Introduction to sequential and linked structures.  File access including sequential, indexed sequential and other file organizations.  Internal structures including stacks, queues, trees, and graphs.  Algorithms for implementing and manipulating structured objects. Big-O-notation.  Prerequisites: CS 202 and MATH 181. 3 credits.

This course will teach the concepts and techniques of databases for real-time web and big data applications. The course will focus primarily on NoSQL, object oriented, and XML databases.  Topics include characteristics and significance of NoSQL databases, NoSQL data formats, key and value pairs, basic schema in NoSQL, and table structures and data types. Projects in SQLite, MongoDB, and Postgres will be developed to show the capabilities of these databases. Crosslisted with ITE 451. Credit at the 600 level requires additional work.

Introduction to Internet and World Wide Web tools and resources, including Web browsers, robots and search engines, agents, multimedia authorizing environments, electronic publishing, virtual reality, anonymizing and the use of relative identities, Internet security, digital watermarking, and Web censorship. Programming skills covered in corequisite lab. Intended for non-CS majors.  Corequisite: CS 270L. Prerequisite: CS 115 or equivalent. 2 credits.

Use of a single programming language for problem formulation and solution. Language varies each semester. Typical languages include Java, LISP, Prolog, Scheme, etc. Prerequisite: Ability to program in a high-level language. May be repeated if language is different. 1-3 credits.

Computer literacy. History of computing, description of basic hardware components, use of application software, introduction to Internet resources, uses of computers in society, and the impact of computerization on society. Prerequisite: MATH 096 or two years of high school mathematics. 3 credits.

Operating systems organization, sharing and allocation of system resources, protection mechanisms, and integration of system components. Prerequisites: CS 302 and either CS 219 or ECG 300. 3 credits.

Structured approach to programming and problem solving in FORTRAN.  Emphasis placed on problem solving, algorithm development problems encountered in science and engineering, and techniques of good programming style.  Prerequisite: MATH 181. 3 credits.

Data structures and algorithms for manipulating linked lists. String and file processing. Recursion. Software engineering, structured programming and testing, especially larger programs.  Prerequisite: CS 135. 3 credits.