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Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. 1-1 Introduction to Computing Systems: From Bits and Gates.

In theory, computer can compute anything that’s possible to compute given enough memory and time In practice, solving problems involves computing /Level Problem Statement stated using "natural language" may be ambiguous, imprecise Algorithm step-by-step procedure, guaranteed to finish definiteness, effective computability, finiteness Program express the algorithm using a computer language high-level language, low-level language Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) specifies the set of instructions the computer/


IBM ASR Workshop Paris, France 18-20 Sept 2000 Towards Superhuman Speech Recognition Mukund Padmanabhan and Michael Picheny Human Language Technologies.

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First appearedFeaturesMain paradigmsPopular uses COMPUTING Basic FOR A=1 TO 100 IF A MOD 15 = 0 THEN PRINT “FizzBuzz” ELSE IF A MOD 3 = 0 THEN PRINT “Fizz”

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HERY H AZWIR Computer Software. Computer Software Outline Software and Programming Languages  Software  Programming  Programming language development.

Language High level language  To overcome difficulties in low level language  To make programming easier and available to larger technical and scientific community  One instruction in the source program usually generate a number of low level instructions to directly manipulate computer hardware Middle level language  Closer to low level language  Programming are easier than assembly language  Usually used by system programmers Programming Language Example Middle level  C, C++, Ada. Modula High level/


Tranlators. Machine Language The lowest-level programming languageprogramming language Machine languages are the only languages understood by computers.languagescomputers.

languages.languagesmachine languages High Level Language In contrast, assembly languages are considered low-level because they are very close to machine languages.assembly languages A computer language whose instructions or statements each – correspond to several machine language instructions, designed to make coding easier. Also known as higher-level language; higher- order language. High Level Language The main advantage of high-level languages over low-level languages is that they arelow-level languages/


CSE 872 Dr. Charles B. Owen Advanced Computer Graphics1 Introduction to Advanced Animation Types of animation Low Level Control (a start) (Ch. 15) We’re.

17, 18 in the textbook. 15 – Low level control 16 – Articulated structures 17 – Soft object animation 18 – Procedural animation CSE 872 Dr. Charles B. Owen Advanced Computer Graphics2 Plan /Low level control How do we specify animations? Assuming a simple skeleton with 12 3DOF joints – 36 numbers per frame – 64,800 numbers per minute – We just can’t do this manually – Would we ever have this? CSE 872 Dr. Charles B. Owen Advanced Computer Graphics5 Scripting systems We have some programming language/


Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. 1-1 Introduction to Computer Engineering ELEC S100F (Fall.

In theory, computer can compute anything that’s possible to compute given enough memory and time In practice, solving problems involves computing /Level Problem Statement stated using "natural language" may be ambiguous, imprecise Algorithm step-by-step procedure, guaranteed to finish definiteness, effective computability, finiteness Program express the algorithm using a computer language high-level language, low-level language Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) specifies the set of instructions the computer/


COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. Computer programming the objective of the module to gain the necessary skills to develop a computer program using one of the high.

music, editing film and video, special effects, animation, illustration, laying out print materials, etc.) Parts of a computer Computers’ parts can be divided into five elements: Arithmetic and logic unit(ALU). Central processing unit(CPU). Main storage. Input/ - Has to be translated to low level language. Con. Examples following sentence belongs to assembly language as a low level programming language “ ADD XYZ” which can be translated to: add the number which is existing in the memory at the location x to/


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A compiler is a computer program that translate written code (source code) into another computer language Associated with high level languages A well.

code) into another computer language Associated with high level languages A well formed list of compilerscompilers Compiles Java source code into Java bytecode Translates all code at once Used with high level languages In Java, the interpreter /combination of all three) Easier to use than low level languages Language is closer to spoken language Portable Abstract Examples: Java, Visual Basic, ?, ? (lab assignment) In a sense low level languages speak the same language as the hardware Usually does not need a /


ECE 102 Engineering Computation Chapter 9 LabJack Introduction Dr. Herbert G. Mayer, PSU Status 10/2/2015 For use at CCUT Fall 2015.

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L ECTURE -8 Topics: Introduction to computer languages. Low level languages High level languages Types of high and low level languages.

two levels:  Low level languages  High level languages P ROGRAMMING LANGUAGES Programming Language Low Level Language Machine Language Assembly Language High Level Language General Purpose HLL Specific Purpose HLL L OW LEVEL LANGUAGES  These are easily understood by computers.  They are machine dependent languages.  Programs written in these languages are not transferable from one computer to another.  The machine language and assembly language are examples of low level languages. MACHINE LANGUAGES/


Course 150 Basic Computing Environment. Objective of course Familiar with Linux environment Objective of lecture: To understand basic terms like software,

Shell programming by Yashwant Kanetkar Unix shell programming in 24 hours SAMS publication Concept of Software Types of Software :Application Software, System Software. Concept of Programming Languages: High Level and Low Level Compiler, Interpreter, Editors, Operating System. Software Software is set of instructions that performs a specific task. Software is intangible Application Software an application is a computer program designed to help people perform a certain/


By Kundang K Juman Hardware & Software. COMP102 Prog. Fundamentals I: Software / Slide 2 l Four components of a computer system: n CPU - central processing.

10 What is a (programming) language? l A program needs to be written in a language l There are many programming languages n Low-level, understandable by a computer n High-level, needs a translator! l C++ is a high level programming language A sequence of instructions A program (in computer language) An algorthm (in human language) COMP102 Prog. Fundamentals I: Software / Slide 11 l Machine binary language: unintelligible l Low-level assembly language n Mnemonic names for machine/


Hardware and Software UCT Department of Computer Science Computer Science 1015F Hussein Suleman March 2009.

more cores.  Computer scientists must “think in parallel”! Programming Languages Programming Languages Classes  The language directly understood by a computer is called machine language. E.g., B4 4C CD 21 terminates a program on a PC  Assembly language is a low-level language with mnemonics (codes) used for each instruction to make programming easier for humans. E.g., MOV AH,4Ch INT 21h  Low level languages are languages geared towards machines (computers).  High-level languages are languages that are/


Languages & Inference Appropriate layering Do we need a logic? Do we need Description Logic? Legacy data; database storage vs inference Tolerant/anytime.

low hanging fruit Identify usage scenarios Infrastructure development Interoperability (= main goal of Semantic Web) –Why semantics? (interoperability the next level up from TCP/IP, HTML, XML, …?) –Defined w.r.t. set of operations, w.r.t. identity –common standards or translations and mappings Multiplicity of languages, –too high step-in cost –layering of languages/ anomaly-detection(*) Tolerant inferences, levels of tolerance (some *s) –pragmatic levels –Complexity levels –Anytime, gradual, resource bounded/


IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies

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tools to generate source code based on the specification Develop software at faster speed Tools Non Procedural languages for database query Report generation Data manipulation Screen interaction Code generation Graphics capability Spread sheet capability OTHER /change to a worker module, given its low level in the structure, is less likely to cause the propagation of side effects. In general, changes to computer programs revolve around changes to input, computation or transformation, and output. The overall /


Introduction to Information and Computer Science Computer Programming Lecture a This material (Comp4_Unit5a) was developed by Oregon Health and Science.

in 1977) MIIS (Proprietary implementation of MUMPS, 1969) MAGIC (MEDITECH Corp – founder N. Pappalardo, 1982) 20 Health IT Workforce Curriculum Version 3.0/Spring 2012 Introduction to Information and Computer Science Computer Programming Lecture a Computer Programming Summary – Lecture a Programming languages specify commands for programs to run Software is developed using a methodology Algorithms are sequences of tasks Programming languages may be high level or low level Programming languages/


Algorithms and flow charts

Preparatory year Programming language Programming language is an artificial language that specifies instruction to be executed on a computer. There are two types of programming languages: Low level languages High level languages Prepared by Department of Preparatory year Prepared by Department of Preparatory year Low level languages A language that is machine-dependent and/or that offers few control instructions and data types. Each statement in a program written in a low-level language usually corresponds/


CS1Q Computer Systems Lecture 11 (Part two of the notes)

An inverter can be used to store a bit: Connect the gate to either High or Low This will either attract charge carriers into the channel, or it will release them allowing the /Computer Systems Lecture 14 Where we are Global computing: the Internet Networks and distributed computing Application on a single computer compilers and interpreters Operating System Architecture Digital Logic Electronics Physics Lecture 14 CS1Q Computer Systems High Level Languages Most programming is done in high-level languages/


PROGRAMMING 8.0. 8.1 Introduction To Programming Definition Types Of Programming Languages Programming Language Paradigm Translator 8.1.1 8.1.2 8.1.4.

communicate with the computer 8.1.1 Types of Programming Languages High-level Language Example : FORTRAN, COBOL, C, C++, C# Low-level Language Example Codes : Assembly Language ; MOV, MUL, LOAD, ADD Machine Language ; 0110 1100 1011 8.1.2 Programming Languages Low-level Language – consist of a :- Machine language, and Assembly language. High-level Language Low-level Prog. Languages : Machine Language  Machine Language Sometimes also referred to machine code or an object code. Instructions is in the form of/


Computer Hardware Introduction. Computer System Components Input Keyboard, Mouse, Camera, Touch Pad Processing CPU Output Monitor, Printer Storage Floppy,

Computer Hardware Introduction Computer System Components Input Keyboard, Mouse, Camera, Touch Pad Processing CPU Output Monitor, Printer Storage Floppy, Hard Drive, CD, DVD, Flash Drive Generations Gen.HardwareSoftware 1 st Vacuum Tubes machine language 2 nd Transistors Assembly language 3 rd Integrated Chip (IC) Higher level languages, Application Programs 4th VLSI (Very Large Scale ICs) Object oriented programming, natural language/ Ports (gateways to the computer) – serial and parallel,/ As low as /


2 We need programming languages to communicate with a computer. The two broad classifications of programming languages are: Low-level and High- level.

of programming languages are: Low-level and High- level languages. 3 Low-level languages are programming languages that use words and symbols that are close to the language the computer understands. High-level languages are programming languages that use the same words and symbols that are used by humans. 4 There are five generations of programming languages. They are:  First Generation or Machine Languages  Second Generation or Assembly- level Languages  Third Generation or High-level Languages  Fourth/


Fundamentals and a Brief History of Computer Systems.

of devices –Window management Operating System What is a (programming) language? A program needs to be written in a language There are many programming languagesLow-level, understandable by a computer –High-level, needs a translator! C++ is a high level programming language A sequence of instructions A program (in computer language) An algorthm (in human language) Machine binary language: unintelligible Low-level assembly language –Mnemonic names for machine operations –Explicit manipulation of memory/


CS.210 Computer Systems and Architecture and CS.305 Computer Architecture Recap and Re-introduction.

instructions are executed (Chapter 5, 6, and 7)  Assessing and Understanding Performance in Chapter 4 CS210_305_Recap/3 Progress so far  CS210/CS305 – Introductory lecture(s)  Introduction to Computer Abstractions and Technology [CS210_305_02.ppt]  CS210  Pre-requisite class(es) CS106/107 included: Assembly Language, MIPS ISA, MIPS Arithmetic, Design Principles  C and low-level programming – early 52223-related material [CS210_C.ppt]  CS305  Pre-requisite class(es/


CSE115: Introduction to Computer Science I Dr. Carl Alphonce 219 Bell Hall 645-4739 1.

Repetition 8 Equivalences Computation models –Turing Machine –Lambda calculus Programming languages –Java –C# –Prolog –Python 9 High-level languages Richer syntax than –Machine language (bit strings) –Assembly language (mnemonic) Improved readability/writeability Must be translated (compiled) to machine language 10 Java A modern high-level language Object-oriented Large libraries (Relatively) simple core language 11 Questions? 12 Moving on… We will return to low-level issues later in the semester, and/


Chapter 13 Programming Languages and Program Development

syntax and logic errors in program Dr. Grace Hopper Harvard University, September 9, 1945 Why Program ?????? Communicate with programmer on the job Customize software Increase computer understanding Increase software understanding Promotion within the company Challenging and Fun Computer Programming Video Computer Programs and Programming Languages What are low-level languages and high-level languages? High-level language Low-level language Machine and assembly languages are low-level Machine-dependent runs/


Tutorial on Language-Based Security PLDI 2003 San Diego Greg Morrisett Cornell University

to requests Language-Based SecurityJune 2003 50 Java Java is a type-safe language in which type /languages with predefined implementation strategies. Language-Based SecurityJune 2003 77 Ideally: Your favorite language Low-Level IL optimizer machine code verifier Security Policy System Binary trusted computing base Language-Based SecurityJune 2003 78 Idea #1: Theorem Prover! Your favorite language Low-Level IL optimizer machine code Theorem Prover Security Policy System Binary trusted computing base Language/


ChucK => A Concurrent, On-the-fly Audio Programming Language Ge Wang *Perry R. Cook Department of Computer Science (*Also Music) Princeton University ICMC.

Performance Problem: Difficult to incorporate into a single language Question: Can we design one language that supports: Representation of audio concepts –Reason about flow from code Both high and low levels of abstraction –Data and time –Reason about /in code Programming with Shreds Threads –Preemptive / non-deterministic –Use a fork() –No timing guarantees Shreds –Deterministic shred of computation –Use a spork() –Sample-synchronous precision Properties of Shreds Resemble non-preemptive threads User-level/


What is Assembly Language? Introduction to the GNU/Linux assembler and linker for Intel Pentium processors.

-- so we can employ optimum algorithms -- so we can predict computer behavior -- so we can devise faster computers -- so we can build cheaper computers -- so we can pick one suited to a problem A machine’s own language For understanding how computers work, we need familiarity with the computer’s own language (called “machine language”) It’s LOW-LEVEL language (very detailed) It is specific to a machine’s “architecture” It/


Relational DatabaseData Grid Oracle Sybase DB2 MySQL Others Integrasoft Avaki Others Data Management Tables Query Language Procedures Locking Indexing.

QoS Level 0 Level 1 OLAP Real-time datamart Monte Carlo Simulation Tables Triggers Stored Procedures Intra-table fields Table/row level Table joins SQL Indexes Ordered Structure Events Distributed procedures Cross-structure Data atom level / In-process system migration High fault tolerance Geographic data center independence for failover and business applications Data center compute farms Corporate compute utility services creating a low- cost infrastructure similar to the electric grid Distributed Computing/


Computer Concepts 5th Edition Parsons/Oja Page 546 CHAPTER 11 Software Engineering Section A PARSONS/OJA Computer Programming.

to solve a problem or carry out a task  Low-level language: uses binary digits which is what the computer understands  Can only be run on one machine Computer Concepts 5th Edition Parsons/Oja Page 548 Section A Chapter 11 Computer Programs  High-level language: machine independent  Must be translated into machine language Compiler: translates entire program into machine language and then executes program  Also checks for errors as it/


Introduction to Computers and Programming. Some definitions Algorithm: –A procedure for solving a problem –A sequence of discrete steps that defines such.

–Specific to each hardware platform –Encoded as binary digits Programming language: language in which a program is written; consists of a set of symbols and the rules for their use Low-level languages Low-level languages operate at a low level of abstraction: that is, individual symbols have a simple, well-defined, specific meaning Low-level languages operate at or close to the level of the computer’s instruction set; that is, the set of commands/


Lecture 2 Computer development history. Topic History of computer development Computer generation Programming language.

, audio response Typewriter size HISTORY AND COMPUTER REVOLUTION Programming Language GenerationProgramming Language 1Machine Language 2Assembly Language 3High Level Language 4Very High Level Language 5Natural Language Programming Language Machine language Low level language Use number Data and program instruction is 0 and 1(0n/off) Program written in other language must be changed to machine language before execution Programming Language Assembly language Low level Use mnemonic code, abbreviation Program/


Some of these slides are based on material from the ACM Computing Curricula 2005.

 Not set in stone – classifications are evolving  First take – a possible high-level split ◦ Systems (low-level computer science) ◦ Applications (high-level computer science)  Major Areas (my classification): ◦ Algorithms and Data Structures ◦ Systems ◦ Applications ◦ Theory ◦ Cross-Cutting Areas ◦ Hybrid Areas (with other disciplines)  Another view (Wikipedia – Computer Science) ◦ Theory of Computation ◦ Algorithms and Data Structures ◦ Programming Methodology and LanguagesComputer Elements and/


What is Assembly Language?

-- so we can employ optimum algorithms -- so we can predict computer behavior -- so we can devise faster computers -- so we can build cheaper computers -- so we can pick one suited to a problem A machine’s own language For understanding how computers work, we need familiarity with the computer’s own language (called “machine language”) It’s LOW-LEVEL language (very detailed) It is specific to a machine’s “architecture” It/


Chapter 16 Programming and Languages: Telling the Computer What to Do.

–includes problem definition, algorithm, comments in program, testing procedures Levels of Programming Languages n machine language –only language computer can directly understand and execute –instructions are sequences of 0’s and 1’s –all programs must be translated into machine language to be executed –considered machine dependent because each processor has its own machine language (very low level) Levels of Programming Languages n assembly languagelow level language –machine dependent –replaces 0’s/


Towards a Programming Language for Biology Protocols Bill Thies Joint work with Vaishnavi Ananthanarayanan Microsoft Research India.

PC Qualitative study Usage analysis Pilot Featherweight Multimedia Paper and cheap electronics for low-cost multimedia General education Electronics HCI User studies Prelim research Simultaneous Shared /Level Programming Language for Biology Protocols 1. Enable automation via microfluidic chips 2. Improve reproducibility of manual experiments In biology publications, can we replace the textual description of the methods used with a computer program? The BioStream Language BioStream is a protocol language/


林永隆 (Youn-Long Lin) Department of Computer Science National Tsing Hua University High-Level Synthesis of VLSIs THEDA Tsing Hua Electronic Design Automation.

low level Too much promising on fully automation (silicon compiler??) 11 Essential Issues Behavioral Specification Languages Target Architectures Intermediate Representation Operation Scheduling Allocation/Binding Control Generation 12 Behavioral Specification Languages Add hardware-specific constructs to existing languages/compilers for application- specific instruction-set processors (ASIP) Reconfigurable computing Advanced features in logic synthesizer 34 System-on-a-Chip ProcessorMemory External Memory /


CS216: Program and Data Representation University of Virginia Computer Science Spring 2006 David Evans Lecture 9: Low-Level Programming

CPL (1963), U Cambridge Combined Programming Language BCPL (1967), MIT Basic Combined Programming Language B (1969), Bell Labs LET := = = = = 27 UVa CS216 Spring 2006 - Lecture 9: Low-Level Programming = vs. := Why does Python use = for assignment? Algol (designed for elegance for presenting algorithms) used := CPL and BCPL based on Algol, used := Thompson and Ritchie had a small computer to implement B, saved space by using/


CS 104 Introduction to Computer Science and Graphics Problems Software and Programming Language (2) Programming Languages 09/26/2008 Yang Song (Prepared.

’ll be new one come out. Major Types Low level programming languages Machine Language Assembly Language High level programming languages Low Level Languages That means the closeness to the way in which the machine has been built. They are machine oriented and require extensive knowledge of computer hardware and its configuration. Little or no natural language 1 st generation: Machine Language 2 nd generation: Assembly Language Machine Language It is a system of instructions and data/


Introduction to Computers and Programming. Some definitions Algorithm: Algorithm: A procedure for solving a problem A procedure for solving a problem.

use Programming language: language in which a program is written; consists of a set of symbols and the rules for their use Low-level languages Low-level languages operate at a low level of abstraction: that is, individual symbols have a simple, well-defined, specific meaning Low-level languages operate at a low level of abstraction: that is, individual symbols have a simple, well-defined, specific meaning Low-level languages operate at or close to the level of the computer’s/


ITT Course - Unit I --> Chapter 1 - Computer Concepts

used in banks, hospitals, military activities, etc. Computing Process Elements Computers consists of the following:- Hardware Software Data People Procedure Hardware Hardware : The terms hardware refers to the physical part of the computer system. Software Software: Software is the set of instructions that guides the hardware what to do. Software can be categorized into the following types:- System Software  Operating System  Translators  LanguagesLow Level Languages • High Level Languages Application/


11 Computer Programming Section A Programming Basics CHAPTER

computer Keywords Parameters Syntax Page 550 Programming Basics Section A 11 Chapter 11 How are programming languages categorized? Low-level languages vs. high-level languages Generation Paradigm Page 550 Programming Basics Section A 11 What is a low-level language? Chapter 11 What is a low-level language? A low-level language/? Polymorphism, sometimes called “overloading,” is the ability to redefine a method in a subclass Page 580 Object-Oriented Programming Section C Object-Oriented Programming Chapter 11/


Computer software (computer programs)

the central processing unit (CPU) which is the ‘brain’ of any computer. Writing a low level language is time consuming. It is easy to make mistakes. There are two categories of low-level programming languages: Machine Language and Assembly Language. Machine language – First Generation Language (1GL) Machine language is the lowest possible level in which you can program a computer because It is in the machine’s own native machine code, consisting of strings of ones/


Chapter 1: Introductory Concepts Dr. Ameer Ali. Overview Introduction to computers Computer characteristics Modes of operation Types of programming languages.

time sharing Types of Programming Language Low level: machine language Very detailed, cryptic instructions that control computer’s internal circuitry Very few computer programs are written in machine language due to: (i) very cumbersome to work with it and (ii) different type of computers has its own instructions High Level: C language Compatible with human language High Level: C language Compatible with human language Significant advantages over machine language: simplicity, uniformity and portability i/


GCSE Computing: A451 Computer Systems & Programming www.computerscienceuk.com Activity 1 - WBs Go online and spend a moment trying to find out the difference.

executed by the CPU’s logic circuits. This means that writing programs in ‘Machine Code’ is difficult for a human to do. High Level LanguageAssembly Language Machine Language (Code) Hardware (CPU) GCSE Computing: A451 Computer Systems & Programming www.computerscienceuk.com Programming Languages Difference between high level and low level code… Learning Objectives: (c) explain the difference between high level code and machine code (d) explain the need for translators to convert/


Computer Architecture I: Digital Design Dr. Robert D. Kent Computer Architecture Machine & Assembly Language Programming.

level” programming supported? Assembly language –How are “high levellanguages translated to machine code? Assembler translator Goals We conclude our lecture series by considering computer organization –Combining the CPU, Memory and Bus architectures together with logic programming In/3: Double-Precision Addition (2) Deal with each part of the extended representation separately, starting from the low order end to handle the carry bit (ripple addition simulation). –Next, deal with high order parts, including/


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