- Fundamentals of Mathematical and Computing Sciences: Computer Science, Part II
- Lecturer: Ken Wakita (Associate Professor), W8-W Building, 9th floor, Room 907
- Contact me using the Web form that you find at the bottom of this page.
Following Prof. Watanabe’s first part, I (Ken Wakita) will be teaching important topics of software development. Basically we will discuss how we put our idea into a working software in an efficient and effective manner.
As you will learn during the first part, it is important to break down a large software into a smaller, modular units. For this purpose, we usually define a meaningful interface that split a software into independent parts as well as layers of abstractions.
Such decomposed components are described using various programming languages. Why we need different programming languages? It is because a programming language suits to describe a high-level abstract components, while another can effectively express lower level details.
The detail of my part will announced soon.
- 6: Nov. 18
- 7: Nov. 25
- 8: Dec. 2
- 9: Dec. 9
- 10: Dec. 16
PDF formats of the slides will be offered via public Dropbox link.
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Suggested readings will be added on a public Evernote note.