nan Course Introduction
Note: This is the second of two required CSC 3131 levels. You should take this course if you are in Level 2 or have taken CSC 2131 and have completed CSC 2015 or above. (this level is not available for students already in Level 3)
You may also want to take this course if you are taking any of the other CSC courses with low pre-reqs that follow: CS 2020, CS 2120, CS
nan Course Description
This course is a continuation of CSC 3130, which was taken in the fall semester of the sophomore year. Special Topics in Computer Science (level 3) introduces advanced topics in computer science and software engineering, including virtual machines, design patterns, concurrent programming, and object-oriented systems.
The topics are introduced through lectures and discussions with guest lecturers. No prior knowledge of these areas is assumed. Students are expected to bring a computer with an Internet connection so that they may access information
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University of California, Santa Cruz Department of Chemistry‹Level 3
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nan Course Outline
Introduction to functional programming‹Level 3‹(nan) 2014/15
Introduction to Functional Programming with Arrow‹Level 3‹(nan) 2014/15
Knowledge Representation: a programming perspective‹Level 3‹(nan) 2014/15
Introduction to Type Systems and Prolog with Xtext‹Level 3‹(nan) 2014/15
Prolog Programming with
nan Course Objectives
The student will be able to:
1. define and evaluate a program using data structures
2. use a language to write programs
3. define a standard type hierarchy, with standard operations on each
of the types, and perform type inference for them
4. write programs that implement various data structures (arrays, lists
and stacks) in Java’s Standard Library (JLS)
nan Course Pre-requisites
(4) CSC 3131 is a prerequisite for CSC 3100, CSC 3103, CSC 3105 and CSC 3110.
(5) This course is an upper level elective course. Students must complete all coursework in the Computer Science sequence before taking this course.
(6) Students are strongly encouraged to take CSC 3103 or CSC 3123 as the first computer science course. Pre-requisites for both courses are listed above (see: Course Pre
nan Course Duration & Credits
Term 1 – Winter 2019 (nan)
This course introduces the basic concepts of programming and software engineering using Python, the world’s most popular high-level programming language. The class will focus on two major topics: the Python data structures and algorithms that we will use to program in Python; and the basics of software engineering, including design and architecture of programs and their components. We will begin by learning how
nan Course Learning Outcomes
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nan Course Assessment & Grading Criteria
1.5 (nan) 2.0 (nan) 3.0 ‹Level 4 (nan) 2.0 (nan) 4.0 (nan)
‹An offer of admission does not guarantee a course will be offered in the semester or year requested, nor does it guarantee acceptance into the program.
† The grade of C is not accepted for CS courses.
‡This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental concepts and tools required to design
nan Course Fact Sheet
‹ Information Technology: Topics in Programming Languages.
‹Course Fact Sheet for CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3 (nan)‹ Information Technology: Topics in Software Engineering‹Level 5 (nan)‹ Introduction to Data Management Systems. Textbook is required and may be purchased from ISSO or other designated booksellers. No labs.
‹Credits: 4-6 Credits (2-3 times offered)
nan Course Delivery Modes
Non-Degree 10 weeks (100% online)
Number of Assignments
Individual Project (1) 15% 20%
Group Project (1) 15% 20%
Project Duration (weeks)
Course Title CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3
Typical Course Agenda Week Day Topics Reading Assignments Quizzes Discussions Final Exam
General Information Credit Hours per Week* Lecture/Classroom
nan Course Faculty Qualifications
‹:~P.‹ 2014-2015‹ (nan)‹
Prof. A�a-A�n Jerez Alvarez
Title Fall Term Course Faculty Qualifications for CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3 (nan)‹:~P.‹ 2014-2015‹ (nan)‹
Prof. Margarita Arribas Ruiz
Title Fall Term Course Faculty Qualifications
nan Course Syllabus
‹ (nan)‹(nan)‹ 3.00 3.00 3.00
Spring, 2012 CSC 3131 CSC2060 Special Topics in Computer Science I CSC3111 CSC4110 Special Topics in Computer Science II CSC3220 CSC4220 MATH2125 Mathematics for Computing CS3182 Programming Languages and Systems CS3178 Calculus I
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In this course, you will participate in a variety of tasks involving the use of software in computing education and research. These tasks cover various aspects of computer science teaching and research, including:
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nan Week 1 Description
Week 1 Description for CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3 Overview Overview Course Description: This course will introduce students to the concepts and techniques of security engineering. Security engineering is an interdisciplinary field that focuses on protecting systems from potential cyberattacks. The primary goal is to protect systems from potential threats and vulnerabilities, such as identifying and responding to malicious software (malware), the unauthorized access of a system, or misconfiguration of a system’s security controls. In this course
nan Week 1 Outline
Week 1 October 4 Assignment #2 Due Discussion: 10% Week 2 October 6 Design Document for CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3 (nan) Week 2 November 16 Project #3 Due Discussion: 10%
Project #4 Due Discussion: 10%
DRAFT FOR APPROVAL
Week #5: November, 2016
Classroom work on CSC3131 will be
nan Week 1 Objectives
‹ Include the following: Objectives for CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science (nan)‹ Level 3
2. Describe an object-oriented software development methodology (agile, object-oriented programming).
Describe an application of object-oriented programming.
Identify and describe the basic principles of object-oriented programming.
Explain the use of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
Discuss various types of Java APIs.
List and describe several programming languages that support object-oriented programming.
nan Week 1 Pre-requisites
CSC 3131. Special Topics in Computer Science. 4 credits. Students participate in a weekly team project to design, develop, and implement an application that solves a real-world problem.
CSC 3202 – Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis‹Level 3 (nan)‹
CSC 3202 is an introduction to algorithms, data structures, and complexity theory using the concepts of artificial intelligence. Students will learn basic data structures such as linked lists,
nan Week 1 Duration
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nan Week 1 Assessment & Grading
HW1 due 9/15
Final Paper Due 10/21
Date Topic Readings Week 2 Assessment & Grading for CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3 (nan)
Monday, September 12
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nan Week 1 Suggested Resources/Books
The recommended books are:
– Human Computer Interaction – A User-Centered Approach by Michael I. Jordan, G. Wayne Miller (available from http://www.eyrie.org/~eclipse/). This is a very good book on HCI (human computer interaction), with many examples and exercises.
– Usability Engineering – An Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction for Software and Systems by Jeremy H. McQueen, Paul Eckstein (available from http://www.humintech.org/human.htm
nan Week 1 Assignment (20 Questions)
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1. Every question must be answered, a minimum of one word is required per question.
2. If you use the textbook for any of your answers, you must reference it as such.
3. Any questions that you believe to be both correct and unreasonable (either unanswerable or wrong), may be excluded from grading. In other words, they will not count towards your grade. Please
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1. What are the goals of analysis and programming in computer science? 2. How do you use the concept of abstraction to help organize programs? 3. How do you use the concept of encapsulation to help organize programs? 4. How do you apply fault tolerance in the design and implementation of a computer program? 5. Describe typical approaches to analyzing programs from an object-oriented perspective.
6. Describe typical approaches to understanding how programs operate, or failing that, describe the common
nan Week 1 DQ 1 (20 Questions)
from the week 1, study pack. This is a Group assignment. You will receive a minimum of 40 points for this assignment.
item Using an existing Java program, explain how to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) for this application and secure it in an online service provider’s environment. You are not required to implement 2FA yourself; you may use existing code that is already available on the internet.
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Week 2 Topics
Assignment 1 due in class
• Project design documents
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• Questions on the midterm exam will be based on assignments from the previous week and topics discussed in class.
Assignment 2 due in class
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• Identify a project you would like to work on, with
nan Week 2 Objectives
Chapter 1: Overview of CSC 3131 (nan) – Software Architecture by J. Chan, et al.
Section 1.3 Advanced Systems Architecture Assignment
Due Week 4 and worth 100 points
Your solution should include a detailed discussion of the following topics: • What are the primary requirements for your system? • How is each requirement defined in terms of high-level architecture? • How is each requirement represented at the architectural level (i.e., logical systems or components)?
nan Week 2 Pre-requisites
(nan) – 2.00 CUMULATIVE GPA: 2.00 – 60.00 credits ‹Level 3 (nan) (nan) (nan) – 4.00
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SEMESTER COURSE NUMBER CRN COURSE TITLE READING INSTRUCTOR TERM HOURS NOTES SEMESTER 1 CSC 2131 – Fundamentals of Computer Science and Programming I: The Java Virtual Machine Nan
nan Week 2 Duration
‡. Special Topics in Computer Science Week 2 Duration for CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3 (nan)‡. (8.00 credit hours) Grading Basis: Credit/No Credit Section Type Instructor Location Meeting Time Lab Availability; October 17, 2019: Lecture: John Hoetmer
Lecture and Lab, Class #12 (18.00 credit hours) Grading Basis: Credit/No Credit Section Type
nan Week 2 Learning Outcomes
1.3.3-4: Work on Assignment 1 or Week 1 of CSC3132: Advancing Software Practices.
2. Course Schedule
Weeks Topic Topic Coverage Week Topic Coverage Jan. 6 Introduction and Course Overview
Course Objectives, Schedule, Instructors, Faculty Office Hours. Jan. 13 Introduction to Python and Programming for CS Students
CSC 1131 Vocabulary from Section 1; Introduction to Python; How to Get Help with Programming Problems;
nan Week 2 Assessment & Grading
‹ASSESSMENT: This is a final exam and will be given at the end of the semester. It counts for 60% of your grade.
College Success & Retention
– Understand how computer systems work.
– Understand performance issues in client/server applications.
– Get an introduction to the concepts of distributed computing, reliability, fault tolerance and security.
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: CSC 3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3
September 2012 – May 2015
This course is a capstone course for the degree in Computer Science. It is designed to introduce students to emerging topics of interest within computer science. This course builds upon prior coursework and the initial analysis of the research problem presented in Level 1. The content of this course includes both technical and design-based approaches, as well as an introduction to the recent advances in programming
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nan Week 3 Objectives
– Plan a client server database.
– Discuss client server application
– Discuss the differences in designing and implementing a distributed database.
Week 3 Discussion #1
– Graphs have become an increasingly popular way to visualize and analyze data. Graphing is a powerful tool for exploring the relationships between data, especially for scientific applications such as bioinformatics.
Graphs are used in many different disciplines, including biology, chemistry, economics, engineering, epidemiology, finance, ecology, health care
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‹Department of Computer Science and Engineering‹‹‹
Fall 2005 Course Coordinator: Dr. Emmanouil Hatzivassiloglou Dept. Chair: Prof. Aaron Neiman Schedule / Instructor Information – please refer to the Course Catalog for information on course topics and readings.
Class Meeting Times and Location:
TTh, 2:30-3:50pm, Schmitt Hall 231
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The course will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from noon to 2pm with an hour of office hours on
nan Week 3 Learning Outcomes
•Write a C program to solve the problem 171‹+‹n‹=9‹*9‹=729.
•Declare and initialize variables for all four parts of a recursive function. Make sure that all variables are declared before the first call to the function. Call the function by assigning a value to each variable before calling the recursive function, and return a value from your recursive function with parameter n.
•Implement recursion without using built-in functions in standard
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Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3 (nan)
CS3131 – Special Topics in Computer Science‹Level 3 (nan)
Unit of Credit
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Dr. Diana Dayanilova, Associate Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org
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