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CSCE 101 Introduction to Computer Concepts is a Computer Science and Engineering course at USC. 3 elite notetakers have produced 2 study materials for this Computer Science and Engineering course.
These notes include the introduction to the class along with concepts from Chapter 1 including software, operating systems, hardware, and processors.
These notes include topics covered in chapters 1 and 5 of the textbook. Included is: more information on hardware/ operating systems, the layers of computer software, processing units, assembly language, and RAM/ ROM.
These notes include information regarding Chapter 4. They include concepts of Boolean Logic, Assembly Language, and AND/ OR Variables.
These notes include concepts from chapters 4 and 6. These concepts include AND, OR, NOT, NAND, and NOR variables and Pseudo-Code with examples.
This study guide covers definitions of basic computer science terms, circuit organization, diagrams, and pseudo code.
These notes cover Pseudo Code.
These notes cover topics of chapter two in the textbook including converting characters to binary numbers and positional notation.
These notes cover topics in Chapter 2 of the textbook including converting decimal numbers to hexa-decimal and binary.
These notes review Chapter 2 which includes decimal, binary, and hexa-decimal conversions. The notes also cover linked lists, arrays, user data types, and variables.
This study guide covers decimal, binary, and hexa-decimal conversions, lists, arrays, and linked lists, and graphs, trees, binary trees, and binary search trees.
These notes include data types, arrays, lists, linked lists, stacks, queues, PUSH, POP, enqueue, dequeue, graphs, trees, binary trees, #-ary trees
This study guide includes all of the topics we have learned this semester including linear and binary searches.