Monday, September 1st, 2014

مقدمة في الحاسوب


 









Islamic University – Gaza


Faculty of Information   Technology


Computer science Department


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم


 


CSCI 1405


Introduction to computer science


second Semester


2007/2008


 


Instructor: Lamiya El_Saedi.


 


Email: lalsaedi@mail.iugaza.edu


 


Room: N201.


 


Ent. Tel.: 2643.


 


Office hours:  see the table on the web-site.


 


Books:


     Computer Science Overview by J. Glenn Brookshear 9th edition Addison Wesley Publishers Copyright 2007


 


 lecture 1:/lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Lecture1.ppt


sec 1.6:/lalsaedi/files/2010/02/1.6.ppt


 


sec 1.2: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Sec_(1.2.ppt 


 

examples of logical operation:/lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Examples_of_logical_operations.doc

 


 sec 1.3:mass storage:/lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Sec_(1.3).ppt


 

 sec 1.4: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/SEC_(1.4.ppt 

 

sec 2.1: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Sec_(2.1).ppt

 

sec 2.3: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Sec_(2.3).ppt

 

sec 2.4: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Sec_(2.4).ppt

 

sec 3.2: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Sec_(3.2).ppt 

 

sec 4.1:  /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/sec_(4.1).ppt

sec 4.2: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Sec_(4.2).ppt

 

sec 4.3: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Sec_(4.3).ppt

 

algorithm: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Algorithm.ppt

 

flowchart: /lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Flowchart.ppt

 

 

Introduction to computer science


 


Course No. CSCI 1405


 


First: Course Description :


 


The major objectives of this course are to describe the State of the Art of Computer Science to students who haven no basic knowledge of Computers and related technologies. The course discusses Basic Computer Science subjects which should be a guide for them to further study individual subjects of Computer Science. It focuses on terminology and concepts of the computer industry, history of computers, computer equipment, and provides fundamental concepts for using PC-based software. Topics covered include computer hardware and its operation, operating systems and application software, networks and computer communications, the Internet and the World Wide Web, and primitive programming. Students are expected to take notes for reference/study and may be tested on material provided/discussed in class even if it is not covered in the text.


 


 


Second : Course Objectives


 


Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to understand:


1. Computer hardware components and operation
2. Computer hardware and software terminology and availability
3. Categories of operating systems such as DOS, Windows, Linux
4. Number systems concepts and manipulation
5. Various common application packages, including word processors and spreadsheets
6. Basic computer communications and networking
7. Fundamental Internet principles, access, issues
8. Simple Programming techniques


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Third: COURSE SYLLABUS:


 





























Week  #


Readings


Topics


1,2,3,4


Ch. 1 (1.1, 1.2, 1.3 (without File storage and Retrieval), 1.4 (only Text, Numeric Values), 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.9)


Data Storage


5,6,7


Ch. 2 (2.1 + بعض الإضافات),


 (2.4+ملحق كتاب المقدمة العربي)


Data Manipulation


8


Ch. 3 (3.1, 3.2)


Operating System


9,10,11


Ch. 4 (4.1, 4.2, 4.3(without XML))


Networking and the Internet


12,13,14,15,16


Algorithms (Flowcharts) +
C language


Algorithms and Introduction to C language


 


 


Fourth: Teaching modern:


1)    using  LCD


2)    using  blackboard


3)    discussion


4)    Lab


5)    Homeworks


 


Fifth: Reference Book:


 


a)     Main reference:


      Computer Science Overview by J. Glenn Brookshear 9th edition Addison   Wesley Publishers Copyright 2007


 


b)     Additional reference:


           , Dr.Mohmmed Mikki, second edition 1997           Programming in c


 


       Islamic University: 1st semester


       Collage: IT                        University year: 2007/2008


       Department: computer science                   Teacher name: Lamiya El_Saedi


 


 


 


Sixth: Office hours:


      

















day


time


comments


Sat, Mon, Wed


11-12


 


Sun, Tue


10-11


 




Seventh: the requirement of teaching course:


·        Listening to the lecture


·        The best thing is reading the subject before coming to the lecture


 


Eighth: Evaluation (Grading)


a)     Mid term works:


1)     lab 25%


2)     mid term  25%


 


b)     Final exam: 50%


 


 


 حل  بعض أسئلة الفصل الأول:


/lalsaedi/files/2010/02/Chapter_One.doc