Lecture Notes

Complied Notes

A binary, hexadecimal and decimal equation generator for practice.


Course Outline

This course covers how computers work and some of the things we can do with them. By the end of the course, you should have a good understanding of how the devices in your pocket and on your desk enable you to calculate and communicate based on the simple idea of binary.

Initially, the course starts with looking at how data can be represented in binary, and then progresses to how we can make machines which can transform that data using simple circuits. This course also covers the ideas of a computer to how we connect computers together in networks such as the internet, as well as some research areas in Computer Science such as AI and Computer Graphics

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The weight of COMPSCI110 assignments.

Additional Information

The coursebook for this course can be found online here.

Dr Robert Sheehan - r.sheehan@auckland.ac.nz Room: 303-409

Shyamli Sindhwani - shyamli.sindhwani@auckland.ac.nz Room: 303S-467

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