Computer Science Illuminated

Computer Science Illuminated

Language: English

Pages: 700

ISBN: 1284055914

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Each new print copy includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access that unlocks a comprehensive and interactive eBook, student practice activities and assessments, a full suite of instructor resources, and learning analytics reporting tools. Fully revised and updated, the Sixth Edition of the best-selling text Computer Science Illuminated retains the accessibility and in-depth coverage of previous editions, while incorporating all-new material on cutting-edge issues in computer science. Authored by the award-winning Nell Dale and John Lewis, Computer Science Illuminated’s unique and innovative layered approach moves through the levels of computing from an organized, language-neutral perspective. Designed for the introductory computing and computer science course, this student-friendly Sixth Edition provides students with a solid foundation for further study, and offers non-majors a complete introduction to computing. Key Features of the Sixth Edition include: Access to Navigate 2 online learning materials including a comprehensive and interactive eBook, student practice activities and assessments, learning analytics reporting tools, and more Completely revised sections on HTML and CSS Updates regarding Top Level Domains, Social Networks, and Google Analytics All-new section on Internet management, including ICANN control and net neutrality New design, including fully revised figures and tables New and updated Did You Know callouts are included in the chapter margins New and revised Ethical Issues and Biographies throughout emphasize the history and breadth of computing Available in our customizable PUBLISH platform A collection of programming language chapters are available as low-cost bundling options. Available chapters include: Java, C++, Python, Alice, SQL, VB.NET, RUBY, Perl, Pascal, and JavaScript. With Navigate 2, technology and content combine to expand the reach of your classroom. Whether you teach an online, hybrid, or traditional classroom-based course, Navigate 2 delivers unbeatable value. Experience Navigate 2 today at www.jblnavigate.com/2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

super packages called office suites. Object-oriented design became the design of choice for large programming projects. Whereas structured design is based on a hierarchy of tasks, object-oriented design is based on a hierarchy of data objects. Java, a language designed by Sun Microsystems for object-oriented programming, began to rival C++. The World Wide Web made it easy to use the Internet to share information around the world. A browser is a program that allows a user to access information

Pep/7: A Virtual Computer 190 A Program Example 198 Problem and Algorithm 198 A Program 199 An Alternate Program for the Same Algorithm 203 An Enhanced Version of “Hello” 204 Assembly Language 207 Pep/7 Assembly Language 207 Other Important Threads 215 Testing 216 Summary 218 Ethical Issues: Software Piracy, Copyrighting 219 Key Terms 220 Exercises 220 Thought Questions 223 Chapter 8 High-Level Programming Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .225 8.1 Translation

Therefore, 943 in base 13 is equal to 1576 in base 10. Keep in mind that these two numbers have an equivalent value. That is, they both represent the same number of things. If a bag contains 943 (base 13) beans, and another bag contains 1576 (base 10) beans, both bags contain the exact same number of beans. Number systems just allow us to represent values in various ways. Why would anyone want to represent values in base 13? It isn’t done very often, granted, but it is sometimes helpful to

CD, of course, stands for compact disk—you probably have a collection of them with recorded music. A CD drive uses a laser to read information stored optically on a plastic disk. Rather than having concentric tracks, there is one track that spirals from the inside out. Like other disks, the track is broken into sectors. Unlike magnetic disks where the tracks near the center are more densely packed, a CD has the data evenly packed over the whole disk, thus more information is stored in the track

looked at applying the problem-solving strategies to the problem of giving directions. We asked questions and looked at several alternatives. Humans are involved in the problem-solving process every day. In fact, we do it so often that it has become instinctive. We go from one step to the next in Polya’s list every day without being conscious of it. It is only when we have a big problem to solve that we take time to examine what we are doing and become aware of the transition between stages. In

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