This outline covers the required Introduction to Computer Science course for computer science majors and the Advanced Placement Computer Science examination taken by high school students. The outline presents the introductory concepts of computer science with emphasis on algorithm development and data abstraction. Although the concepts are language independent, the authors will illustrate them using graded examples, in C, C++, and Java. Whenever appropriate, examples using other languages like Pascal, BASIC, and FORTRAN will also be used.
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Ramon A. Mata-Toledo, Ph.D. (Harrisonburg, VA) is an associate professor of computer science at James Madison with 30 years of teaching experience. Pauline K. Cushman, Ph.D. (Harrisonburg, VA) is an assistant professor of integrated science and technology and computer science at James Madison University.
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