(USED) Exportation in Computer An Introduction to Computer Science

  • Exploration in Computer: An introduction to Computer Science focuses on the fundamental idea of computation and offers into how computation is used to slove a variety of interesting and important real-world problems. Taking an active learning approach, the text encourages readers to explore computing ideas by running programs and testing them on different inputs.
  • The first four chapters introduce key concepts, such as algorithms and scalability, and hone practical lab skills for creating and using objects. In the reaming chapters, teh auther covers "divide and conquer" as a problem solving strategy, the role of data structures, issues related to encoding data, computer architecture, random numbers, challenges for natural language processing, computer simulation, and genetic algorithms. Through a series of interactive projects in each chapter, readers can experiment with one pr more algorithms that illustrate the main topic. Requiring no prior experience with programming, these projects show how algorithms provide computational solutions to real-world problems.
  • Features
    • Uses hands-on projects to teach computer science concepts and applications
    • Covers ideas important to encoding data
    • Explores how to use random number in a variety of algorithms, from games to scientific applications 
    • Discusses key concepts in natural language processing, including syntax and semantics
    • Requires no prior experience with programming
    • Provides a lab manual for Ruby and Rubylabs and link to latest versions of the software on the book's website 
  • After working through the in-depth examples in this book, readers will gain a better overall-understanding of what computer science is about and how computer scientists think about problems 

Condition notes:

  • Price as marked
  • Cover slightly worn. No damage to pages. 

(USED) Exportation in Computer An Introduction to Computer Science

$29.91
(USED) Exportation in Computer An Introduction to Computer Science (USED) Exportation in Computer An Introduction to Computer Science
(USED) Exportation in Computer An Introduction to Computer Science (USED) Exportation in Computer An Introduction to Computer Science

(USED) Exportation in Computer An Introduction to Computer Science

$29.91
$29.91
  • Exploration in Computer: An introduction to Computer Science focuses on the fundamental idea of computation and offers into how computation is used to slove a variety of interesting and important real-world problems. Taking an active learning approach, the text encourages readers to explore computing ideas by running programs and testing them on different inputs.
  • The first four chapters introduce key concepts, such as algorithms and scalability, and hone practical lab skills for creating and using objects. In the reaming chapters, teh auther covers "divide and conquer" as a problem solving strategy, the role of data structures, issues related to encoding data, computer architecture, random numbers, challenges for natural language processing, computer simulation, and genetic algorithms. Through a series of interactive projects in each chapter, readers can experiment with one pr more algorithms that illustrate the main topic. Requiring no prior experience with programming, these projects show how algorithms provide computational solutions to real-world problems.
  • Features
    • Uses hands-on projects to teach computer science concepts and applications
    • Covers ideas important to encoding data
    • Explores how to use random number in a variety of algorithms, from games to scientific applications 
    • Discusses key concepts in natural language processing, including syntax and semantics
    • Requires no prior experience with programming
    • Provides a lab manual for Ruby and Rubylabs and link to latest versions of the software on the book's website 
  • After working through the in-depth examples in this book, readers will gain a better overall-understanding of what computer science is about and how computer scientists think about problems 

Condition notes:

  • Price as marked
  • Cover slightly worn. No damage to pages.