Introduction to Computer Science

Summer 2004

``People who know neither programming nor mathematics take for granted that programming is like mathematics. Yet, it turns out that English majors are as likely to be as successful at programming as mathematics graduates are. In practice, the worlds of mathematics and programming are just about disjoint.'' -M.H. van Emden, Communications of the ACM, 32(12), p. 1498, December 1989.

Class Time: M-F, 3-4 PM
Classroom: TBA
Instructor: Mark Maloof
Office: 240 Reiss
Mailbox: 240 Reiss
Office Hours: By appointment


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