Computer science deals information about computation, software, hardware and computer systems. The field consists of theoretical and practical approaches. Both of them contribute to research of the main important issues that computer science investigates: IT, which deals with computer and other systems, its development, artificial intelligence and mathematics, software engineering, systems and network engineering. Graduates can work in fields related to: manufacturing of computer and information systems, maintenance and sales of them as well as software and hardware developers, e-business and telecommunication networks experts.
Introduces Web publishing in 12 sessions. Students will learn the basics of HTML and the use of at least one HTML editor. Site publishing including file structures, image and sound files will be covered.
Students in the Signal Processing for Embedded Systems course will learn to design and analyze discrete-time signal processing algorithms and to model and analyze practical considerations, which present themselves in embedded systems. This course will cover continuous time systems relevant to discrete time systems through discrete time signal processing. Particular attention will be paid to modeling non-ideal effects.
The Advanced VLSI Design – Dynamic Power Management course deals with dynamic component of power dissipation in CMOS circuits. This course discusses design techniques at various levels of design abstraction for designing energy-efficient digital systems.
The Principles of Parallelism course covers basics of parallel program design. It provides an overview of parallel platforms, quantifies overheads of parallel operations and metrics for performance and scalability of parallel programs.
The ability to create modern, attractively designed page layouts and accurate printed documents is highly valued in design companies and many other types of business today. This course provides both the technical know-how and an understanding of the principles of visual language, to give you the confidence to make design decisions and help you develop a 'good eye' for design.
The Summer Schools at Siberian State Aerospace University help participants get to know more about the University and its campus. The participants learn strategic planning in the professional sphere and gain experience in it. In the frame of the curriculum not only do participants have indoor classes but also outdoor to be closer to the nature of the Siberian region. We invite undergraduate students who are interested in physics, computer sciences and the space sector. Highly-qualified staff will help the participants get knowledge in these areas and also have a rest in the Krasnoyarsk region.
In deze 4-daagse SharePoint 2010 training leert u als SharePoint beheerder SharePoint 2010 installeren, configureren en beheren via de achterkant (central administration).
This module is delivered entirely online through MyDundee (the University virtual learning environment). All materials are provided through this medium. E-learning offers students easy access to web resources and documents needed for their studies, as well as facilitating discussions and the exchange of ideas with fellow students and tutors. Anyone with access to the internet and basic IT skills will be able to use MyDundee.
This online module aims to provide an introduction to object-oriented programming using the Java programming language to participants who already have some (other) programming experience. Java Online is only available by distance learning, and participants can be local or based anywhere across the world.
DOTS is a five-week, online module teaching the SQL component of the Advanced Higher Information Systems syllabus. Specifically, the module covers Data Manipulation Language (DML), Data Query Language (DQL), Aggregate, Sorting and Grouping Functions and Joins. The topics are divided into five units, each of which lasts for a week. Topics are taught using a combination of self-presenting powerpoints, quizzes, tutorials and example programs. Each topic concludes with a piece of assessed work. Up to five hours a week should be set aside in order to complete the module. This may vary depending on your prior experience or methods of working. Within this time, at least three hours should be spent working online.
The aim of this course is to teach the foundations of functional programming and how to apply them in the real world.
Ce cours initie à la programmation en utilisant le langage C++. Il ne présuppose pas de connaissance préalable. Les aspects plus avancés (programmation orientée objet) sont donnés dans un cours suivant, «Introduction à la programmation orientée objet (en C++)».