Lecture Notes for CSE 460 - Computability and Languages with Torng at Michigan State (MSU)

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Material Type:Class Note
Class:CSE 460 - Computability and Languages
Subject:Computer Science & Engineering
University:Michigan State University
Term:Fall 2006
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1 1 Module 1: Course Overview . Course: CSE 460 . Instructor: Dr. Eric Torng . Grader/TA: To be determined 2 What is this course? . Philosophy of computing course - We take a step back to think about computing in broader terms . Science of computing course - We study fundamental ideas/results that shape the field of computer science . "Applied" computing course - We learn study a broad range of material with relevance to computing today 3 Philosophy . Phil. of life - What is the purpose of life? - What are we capable of accomplishing in life? - Are there limits to what we can do in life? - Why do we drive on parkways and park on driveways? . Phil. of computing - What is the purpose of programming? - What can we achieve through programming? - Are there limits to what we can do with programs? - Why don't debuggers actually debug programs? 2 4 Science . Physics - Study of fundamental physical laws and phenomenon like gravity and electricity . Enginee...

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