CMPU 145 - Foundations of Computer Science
Semester Offered: Fall and Spring
Introduces the theoretical, structural and algorithmic foundations of computer science. Topics include: sets, relations, functions, recursive data structures, recursive functions, induction, structural induction, probability, logic, and boolean algebra. Concepts are reinforced by regular programming assignments. A weekly laboratory period provides guided hands-on experience. The department.
Prerequisite(s): CMPU 101 .
Open to all classes.
CMPU 145 and CMPU 102 may be taken in either order or concurrently.
CMPU 145 and CMPU 203 may be taken in either order or concurrently.
Two 75-minute periods plus laboratory.
Course Format: CLS
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