Computer programming and applications

Duration Time 13 weeks
Certificate yes
Lessons 0
Course features
Compulsory Course
Credits : 5
RE&D Department
Lecture Hours : 2
Lab Hours : 3
Spring Semester
Laboratory & Teaching Staff
Laboratory & Teaching Staff
His interests cover the subjects of knowledge representation and management, knowledge base systems, system analysis and design of information systems, design and implementation of expert systems, ontology design and usage and development of web based systems using Java related technologies.
Course Content

Upon successful completion of the course the student will

  • have acquired the fundamental principles of programming, algorithmic structures and software development techniques,
  • acquire programming skills in a high-level programming language environment,
  • be able to combine the various algorithmic structures and instructions of a programming language,
  • acquire the ability of composing programs which solve specific problems not only in the field of his/her scientific field but, more generally, scientific or other problems of practical interest,
  • be able to process by programs big volumes of data,
  • cease being restricted by the dedicated capabilities of existing software packages and will be able to develop software for the solution of special problems,
  • acquire a broader analytic and synthetic way of thinking and of skills for the solution of a problem (not necessarily of a problem that requires a computer program) by splitting it into simpler problems that achieve intermediate targets.

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