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Mathematics of Computation (CSTP 2108)

Students will investigate the characteristics of discrete and continuous systems from a programming perspective and compare and contrast programming techniques required for dealing with discrete system data (Boolean values, integer numbers, and character data) with those for continuous system data (floating point numbers). Students will also investigate the nature and propagation of error as a result of programming. Students will explore number systems and programming techniques for solving simultaneous equations, integrating functions, finding roots, compressing data and encrypting data.
Pre-requisites:
CSTP 1205- Intermediate Programming


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