Fall 2022 Course Descriptions

CS 202-01 How Systems Work

M. Sheldon
TRF 12:00-1:15, Barnum/Dana Hall 104
F+ Block

Graduate version of COMP13. How computing systems work: bits, bytes, the representation of information, the CPU, assembly language, programming languages. Networking: including peering, packets, and the Internet. Algorithms and the fundamental limitations of computing. Prerequisites: Graduate standing in a discipline other than Computer Science, Data Science, Bioinformatics, Cognitive Science, or Human-Robot Interaction.

Prerequisite: Recommendation: COMP 10 or COMP 11.

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