An Overview of Computer Programming
How Computers Work
> The book intends to show a layman the basic mechanical principles of how> computers work, instead of merely summarizing how the different parts> relate. He starts with basic principles of language and logic and then> demonstrates how they can be embodied by electrical circuits, and these> principles give him an opening to describe in principle how computers work> mechanically without requiring very much technical knowledge. Although it is> not possible in a medium sized book for layman to describe the entire> technical summary of a computer, he describes how and why it is possible> that elaborate electronics can act in the ways computers do. In the> introduction, he contrasts his own work with those books which “include> pictures of trains full of 1s and 0s.”> Indeed, the best way to understand how computers work is to build one from> scratch, and this textbook leads students through twelve chapters and> projects that gradually build a basic hardware platform and a modern> software hierarchy from the ground up. In the process, the students gain> hands-on knowledge of hardware architecture, operating systems, programming> languages, compilers, data structures, algorithms, and software engineering.> Using this constructive approach, the book exposes a significant body of> computer science knowledge and demonstrates how theoretical and applied> techniques taught in other courses fit into the overall picture.> The new standard for computer architects, designers, and industry> management. This book offers a new approach to understanding computer> architecture, emphasizing the quantitative aspects of design and practical> trade-offs that must be made. Readers will learn the principles and> engineering fundamentals that allow designers to make the right design> choices. * Write Great Code Volume I: Understanding the Machine> This, the first of four volumes, teaches important concepts of machine> organization in a language-independent fashion, giving programmers what they> need to know to write great code in any language, without the usual overhead> of learning assembly language to master this topic. The Write Great Code> series will help programmers make wiser choices with respect to programming> statements and data types when writing software. * Write Great Code Volume II: Thinking Low-Level, Writing High-Level> …a good question to ask might be “Is there some way to write high-level> language code to help the compiler produce high-quality machine code?” The> answer to this question is “yes” and Write Great Code, Volume II, will teach> you how to write such high-level code. This volume in the Write Great Code> series describes how compilers translate statements into machine code so> that you can choose appropriate high-level programming language statements> to produce executable code that is almost as good as hand-optimized assembly> code.> Assembly is a low-level programming language that’s one step above a> computer’s native machine language. Although assembly language is commonly> used for writing device drivers, emulators, and video games, many> programmers find its somewhat unfriendly syntax intimidating to learn and> use. Since 1996, Randall Hyde’s The Art of Assembly Language has provided a> comprehensive, plain-English, and patient introduction to assembly for non-> assembly programmers. Hyde’s primary teaching tool, High Level Assembler (or> HLA), incorporates many of the features found in high-level languages (like> C, C++, and Java) to help you quickly grasp basic assembly concepts. HLA> lets you write true low-level code while enjoying the benefits of high-level> language programming.
An Overview of Computer Programming
> Ruby, Io, Prolog, Scala, Erlang, Clojure, Haskell. With Seven Languages in> Seven Weeks, by Bruce A. Tate, you’ll go beyond the syntax-and beyond the> 20-minute tutorial you’ll find someplace online. This book has an audacious> goal: to present a meaningful exploration of seven languages within a single> book. Rather than serve as a complete reference or installation guide, Seven> Languages hits what’s essential and unique about each language. Moreover,> this approach will help teach you how to grok new languages. For each> language, you’ll solve a nontrivial problem, using techniques that show off> the language’s most important features. As the book proceeds, you’ll> discover the strengths and weaknesses of the languages, while dissecting the> process of learning languages quickly–for example, finding the typing and> programming models, decision structures, and how you interact with them.> The ubiquity of computers in everyday life in the 21st century justifies the> centrality of programming languages to computer science education.> Programming languages is the area that connects the theoretical foundations> of computer science, the source of problem-solving algorithms, to modern> computer architectures on which the corresponding programs produce> solutions. Given the speed with which computing technology advances in this> post-Internet era, a computing textbook must present a structure for> organizing information about a subject, not just the facts of the subject> itself. In this book, Michael Scott broadly and comprehensively presents the> key concepts of programming languages and their implementation, in a manner> appropriate for computer science majors.> This well-respected text offers an accessible introduction to functional> programming concepts and techniques for students of mathematics and computer> science. The treatment is as nontechnical as possible, assuming no prior> knowledge of mathematics or functional programming. Numerous exercises> appear throughout the text, and all problems feature complete solutions.> This introduction to programming places computer science in the core of a> liberal arts education. Unlike other introductory books, it focuses on the> program design process. This approach fosters a variety of skills–critical> reading, analytical thinking, creative synthesis, and attention to> detail–that are important for everyone, not just future computer> programmers.The book exposes readers to two fundamentally new ideas. First,> it presents program design guidelines that show the reader how to analyze a> problem statement; how to formulate concise goals; how to make up examples;> how to develop an outline of the solution, based on the analysis; how to> finish the program; and how to test. Each step produces a well-defined> intermediate product. Second, the book comes with a novel programming> environment, the first one explicitly designed for beginners.> Using a dialect of the Lisp programming language known as Scheme, the book> explains core computer science concepts, including abstraction, recursion,> interpreters and metalinguistic abstraction, and teaches modular> programming. The program also introduces a practical implementation of the> register machine concept, defining and developing an assembler for such a> construct, which is used as a virtual machine for the implementation of> interpreters and compilers in the book, and as a testbed for illustrating> the implementation and effect of modifications to the evaluation mechanism.> Working Scheme systems based on the design described in this book are quite> common student projects.
Computer Science and Computation
> There is a considerable, satisfying and underappreciated depth in the> science of computing, it offers so much more than simply a driving licence> for using a computer. The author of this book is a top researcher working on> the fundamentals of informatics, and he has considerable experience teaching> complex subjects in a simple manner. In this book he invites the reader to> explore the science of computing, convinced that a good explanation of even> the most basic techniques can demonstrate the power and magic of the> underlying principles. The author starts with the development of computer> science, algorithms and programming, and then explains and shows how to> exploit the concepts of infinity, computability, computational complexity,> nondeterminism and randomness. Finally, he offers some insight into emerging> computing paradigms such as biological computing and quantum computing. This> book is a fascinating read for students of all levels, and for those curious> to learn about the science and magic of algorithmics and its role in other> scientific disciplines.> Udacity is a private educational organization founded by Sebastian Thrun,> David Stavens, and Mike Sokolsky, with the stated goal of democratizing> education It is the outgrowth of free computer science classes offered in> 2011 through Stanford University. As of May 2012 Udacity has six active> courses. The first two courses ever launched on Udacity both started on 20th> February, 2012, entitled “CS 101: Building a Search Engine”, taught by Dave> Evans, from the University of Virginia, and “CS 373: Programming a Robotic> Car” taught by Thrun. Both courses use Python.> Mathematician Alan Turing invented an imaginary computer known as the Turing> Machine; in an age before computers, he explored the concept of what it> meant to be computable, creating the field of computability theory in the> process, a foundation of present-day computer programming. The book expands> Turing’s original 36-page paper with additional background chapters and> extensive annotations; the author elaborates on and clarifies many of> Turing’s statements, making the original difficult-to-read document> accessible to present day programmers, computer science majors, math geeks,> and others.> This text provides a broad introduction to the realm of computers. Updated> and expanded, “The New Turing Omnibus” offers 66 concise articles on the> major points of interest in computer science theory, technology and> applications. New for this edition are: updated information on algorithms,> detecting primes, noncomputable functions, and self-replicating computers –> plus completely new sections on the Mandelbrot set, genetic algorithms, the> Newton-Raphson Method, neural networks that learn, DOS systems for personal> computers, and computer viruses.> A bold experiment in distributed education, “Introduction to Artificial> Intelligence” will be offered free and online to students worldwide from> October 10th to December 18th 2011. The course will include feedback on> progress and a statement of accomplishment. Taught by Sebastian Thrun and> Peter Norvig, the curriculum draws from that used in Stanford’s introductory> Artificial Intelligence course. The instructors will offer similar> materials, assignments, and exams. Artificial Intelligence is the science of> making computer software that reasons about the world around it. Humanoid> robots, Google Goggles, self-driving cars, even software that suggests music> you might like to hear are all examples of AI. In this class, you will learn> how to create this software from two of the leaders in the field. Class> begins October 10.> Michael Sipser’s emphasis on unifying computer science theory – rather than> offering a collection of low-level details – sets the book apart, as do his> intuitive explanations. Throughout the book, Sipser builds students’> knowledge of conceptual tools used in computer science, the aesthetic sense> they need to create elegant systems, and the ability to think through> problems on their own.> Computability and Logic has become a classic because of its accessibility to> students without a mathematical background and because it covers not simply> the staple topics of an intermediate logic course, such as Godel’s> incompleteness theorems, but also a large number of optional topics, from> Turing’s theory of computability to Ramsey’s theorem. Including a selection> of exercises, adjusted for this edition, at the end of each chapter, it> offers a new and simpler treatment of the representability of recursive> functions, a traditional stumbling block for students on the way to the> Godel incompleteness theorems.
Supplementary Resources: Mathematics and Algorithms
> This book introduces the mathematics that supports advanced computer> programming and the analysis of algorithms. The primary aim of its well-> known authors is to provide a solid and relevant base of mathematical skills> – the skills needed to solve complex problems, to evaluate horrendous sums,> and to discover subtle patterns in data. It is an indispensable text and> reference not only for computer scientists – the authors themselves rely> heavily on it! – but for serious users of mathematics in virtually every> discipline.> The textbook Algorithms, 4th Edition by Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne> surveys the most important algorithms and data structures in use today.> Some books on algorithms are rigorous but incomplete; others cover masses of> material but lack rigor. Introduction to Algorithms uniquely combines rigor> and comprehensiveness. The book covers a broad range of algorithms in depth,> yet makes their design and analysis accessible to all levels of readers.> Each chapter is relatively self-contained and can be used as a unit of> study. The algorithms are described in English and in a pseudocode designed> to be readable by anyone who has done a little programming. The explanations> have been kept elementary without sacrificing depth of coverage or> mathematical rigor. * Algorithms in C, Parts 1-5 (Bundle): Fundamentals, Data Structures, Sorting, Searching, and Graph Algorithms (3rd Edition) * (C++ Edition)> Software developers and computer scientists have eagerly awaited this> comprehensive revision of Robert Sedgewick’s landmark texts on algorithms.> Sedgewick has completely revamped all five sections, illuminating today’s> best algorithms for an exceptionally wide range of tasks. This shrink-> wrapped package brings together Algorithms in C, Third Edition, Parts 1-4> and his new Algorithms in C, Third Edition, Part 5. Together, these books> are definitive: the most up-to-date and practical algorithms resource> available. Sedgewick masterfully blends theory and practice, making Bundle> of Algorithms in C, Third Edition an essential resource for computer science> researchers, students, and working developers alike. The first book> introduces fundamental concepts associated with algorithms; then covers data> structures, sorting, and searching. The second book focuses entirely on> graphing algorithms, which are critical for a wide range of applications,> including network connectivity, circuit design, scheduling, transaction> processing, and resource allocation. Together, these books present nearly> 2,000 new exercises, hundreds of new figures, and dozens of new programs. In> both books, Sedgewick focuses on practical applications, giving readers all> the information, diagrams, and real (not pseudo-) code they need to> confidently implement, debug, and use the algorithms he presents.> This work is not about computer programming in the narrow sense, but about> the algorithms and methods which lie at the heart of most computer systems.> At the end of 1999, these books were named among the best twelve physical-> science monographs of the century by American Scientist, along with: Dirac> on quantum mechanics, Einstein on relativity, Mandelbrot on fractals,> Pauling on the chemical bond, Russell and Whitehead on foundations of> mathematics, von Neumann and Morgenstern on game theory, Wiener on> cybernetics, Woodward and Hoffmann on orbital symmetry, Feynman on quantum> electrodynamics, Smith on the search for structure, and Einstein’s collected> papers.
Some important programming languages are the high-level scripting languagePython that incorporates various programming paradigms such as iterative andfunctional programming. The purely functional programming language Haskell,based on lambda calculus. The highly efficient low-level programming languageC. The very expressive LISP family of languages, including Scheme. And thespecialized R language for statistical computing and graphics.
The Haskell Platform is the easiest way to get started with programmingHaskell. It comes with all you need to get up and running. Think of it as“Haskell: batteries included”.> This page will help you get started as quickly as possible.> Haskell is one of the leading languages for teaching functional programming,> enabling students to write simpler and cleaner code, and to learn how to> structure and reason about programs. This introduction is ideal for> beginners: it requires no previous programming experience and all concepts> are explained from first principles via carefully chosen examples. Each> chapter includes exercises that range from the straightforward to extended> projects, plus suggestions for further reading on more advanced topics. The> author is a leading Haskell researcher and instructor, well-known for his> teaching skills. The presentation is clear and simple, and benefits from> having been refined and class-tested over several years. The result is a> text that can be used with courses, or for self-learning. Features include> freely accessible Powerpoint slides for each chapter, solutions to exercises> and examination questions (with solutions) available to instructors, and a> downloadable code that’s fully compliant with the latest Haskell release.> Learn You a Haskell, the funkiest way to learn Haskell, which is the best> functional programming language around. You may have heard of it. This guide> is meant for people who have programmed already, but have yet to try> functional programming.> This easy-to-use, fast-moving tutorial introduces you to functional> programming with Haskell. You’ll learn how to use Haskell in a variety of> practical ways, from short scripts to large and demanding applications. Real> World Haskell takes you through the basics of functional programming at a> brisk pace, and then helps you increase your understanding of Haskell in> real-world issues like I/O, performance, dealing with data, concurrency, and> more as you move through each chapter.> The textbook by Doets and van Eijck puts the Haskell programming language> systematically to work for presenting a major piece of logic and> mathematics. The reader is taken through chapters on basic logic, proof> recipes, sets and lists, relations and functions, recursion and co-> recursion, the number systems, polynomials and power series, ending with> Cantor’s infinities. The book uses Haskell for the executable and strongly> typed manifestation of various mathematical notions at the level of> declarative programming. The book adopts a systematic but relaxed> mathematical style (definition, example, exercise, …); the text is very> pleasant to read due to a small amount of anecdotal information, and due to> the fact that definitions are fluently integrated in the running text. An> important goal of the book is to get the reader acquainted with reasoning> about programs.
GNU CLISP (compiler, runtime) is an implementation of the programming languageCommon Lisp. CLISP is extremely portable, running on almost all Unix-basedoperating systems as well as on Microsoft Windows.> Lisp has been hailed as the world’s most powerful programming language, but> its cryptic syntax and academic reputation can be enough to scare off even> experienced programmers. Those dark days are finally over—Land of Lisp> brings the power of functional programming to the people! With his> brilliantly quirky comics and out-of-this-world games, longtime Lisper> Conrad Barski teaches you the mysteries of Common Lisp. You’ll start with> the basics, like list manipulation, I/O, and recursion, then move on to more> complex topics like macros, higher order programming, and domain-specific> languages. Then, when your brain overheats, you can kick back with an> action-packed comic book interlude!> Practical Common Lisp presents a thorough introduction to Common Lisp,> providing you with an overall understanding of the language features and how> they work. Over a third of the book is devoted to practical examples such as> the core of a spam filter and a web application for browsing MP3s and> streaming them via the Shoutcast protocol to any standard MP3 client> software (e.g., iTunes, XMMS, or WinAmp). In other “practical” chapters,> author Peter Seibel demonstrates how to build a simple but flexible in-> memory database, how to parse binary files, and how to build a unit test> framework in 26 lines of code.> Teaching users new and more powerful ways of thinking about programs, this> two-in-one text contains a tutorial—full of examples—that explains all the> essential concepts of Lisp programming, plus an up-to-date summary of ANSI> Common Lisp, listing every operator in the language. Informative and fun, it> gives users everything they need to start writing programs in Lisp both> efficiently and effectively, and highlights such innovative Lisp features as> automatic memory management, manifest typing, closures, and more. Dividing> material into two parts, the tutorial half of the book covers subject-by-> subject the essential core of Common Lisp, and sums up lessons of preceding> chapters in two examples of real applications: a backward-chainer, and an> embedded language for object-oriented programming. Consisting of three> appendices, the summary half of the book gives source code for a selection> of widely used Common Lisp operators, with definitions that offer a> comprehensive explanation of the language and provide a rich source of real> examples; summarizes some differences between ANSI Common Lisp and Common> Lisp as it was originally defined in 1984; and contains a concise> description of every function, macro, and special operator in ANSI Common> Lisp. The book concludes with a section of notes containing clarifications,> references, and additional code.> Paradigms of AI Programming is the first text to teach advanced Common Lisp> techniques in the context of building major AI systems. By reconstructing> authentic, complex AI programs using state-of-the-art Common Lisp, the book> teaches students and professionals how to build and debug robust practical> programs, while demonstrating superior programming style and important AI> concepts. The author strongly emphasizes the practical performance issues> involved in writing real working programs of significant size. Chapters on> troubleshooting and efficiency are included, along with a discussion of the> fundamentals of object-oriented programming and a description of the main> CLOS functions. This volume is an excellent text for a course on AI> programming, a useful supplement for general AI courses and an indispensable> reference for the professional programmer.> Let Over Lambda is one of the most hardcore computer programming books out> there. Starting with the fundamentals, it describes the most advanced> features of the most advanced language: COMMON LISP. The point of this book> is to expose you to ideas that you might otherwise never be exposed to.> These are Maxwell’s equations. Just four compact equations. With a little> work it’s easy to understand the basic elements of the equations – what all> the symbols mean, how we can compute all the relevant quantities, and so on.> But while it’s easy to understand the elements of the equations,> understanding all their consequences is another matter. Inside these> equations is all of electromagnetism – everything from antennas to motors to> circuits. If you think you understand the consequences of these four> equations, then you may leave the room now, and you can come back and ace> the exam at the end of semester […] I won’t stop with just showing you how> to write some Lisp. Once we’ve done that we’re going to write an interpreter> for Lisp code. In particular, we’ll create a interpreter based on a> beautiful Lisp interpreter written by Peter Norvig, which contains just 90> lines of Python code. Our interpreter will be a little more complex, due> mostly to the addition of a few conveniences absent from Norvig’s> interpreter. The code is still simple and easy to understand, provided> you’re comfortable reading Python code. As we’ll see, the benefit of writing> the interpreter is not just that it gives us a running interpreter (although> that’s no small thing). It’s that writing an interpreter also deepens our> understanding of Lisp. It does that by taking what would otherwise be some> rather abstract concepts in our description of Lisp, and giving them> concrete, tangible representations in terms of Python code and data> structures. By making concrete what was formerly abstract, the code for our> Lisp interpreter gives us a new way of understanding how Lisp works.
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