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Welcome to ….
CSE 1520
Computer Use: Fundamentals
or
How I learned to stop worrying and
love the computer
CSE 1520 -- Computer Use: Fundamentals
Instructor John Hofbauer
Office 2016-LAS (formerly CSEB)
E-mail [email protected]
Office hours see course website
Course website
www.cse.yorku.ca/course/1520
CSE 1520 -- Computer Use: Fundamentals
Evaluation
• 9 Homework (2% each = 18%)
– weekly, paper printouts in dropbox
• Tests (first, 15%; second, 20%)
– in class, approx. 60 minutes long
• Final Exam (47%)
– All multiple choice: 100 M/C
questions with answers placed on
Scantron form
– Content: all readings in Topics
CSE 1520 -- Computer Use: Fundamentals
How to do well in this course
• do all the homework exercises!
• read the book and study the
notes
• attend lectures
• seek help if confused;
ask questions
• write both tests
Video
Video:
The Machine that Changed the world
Primary Website:
waxy.org/2008/06/the_machine_that_
changed_the_world
See “Week-01.1-video.doc”
for more information
A Short and Condensed History
of Computing
Part I
Ancient History: up to 1930
Origins of Digital Computers
Early Calculating Machines
Pascaline
Jacquard Loom (1804)
Charles Babbage (1791–1871)
Babbage’s Difference Engine
World’s First Programmer
Legacy of Babbage
1880-1901 The Birth of the Modern
Mechanical Calculator
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Hollerith Tabulator
Early Pocket Calculators
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