Lecture 1: CSCI E-1 Spring 2013

Lecture 1: CSCI E-1 Spring 2013

ASCII. BIOS. Binary. Bits. Bitwise operators. Booting. Motherboards. Peripherals.

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Tommy MacWilliam

January 28, 2013
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  1. Computer Science E-1 Lecture 1: Hardware

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  4. Power Supply

  5. BIOS

  6. CMOS

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  9. POST

  10. Memory

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  13. Peripherals

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  22. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=rdIWKytq_q4

  23. Hard drive

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  26. Kernel

  27. CPU

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  31. Operating Systems

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  34. Keyboard

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  36. Mouse

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  38. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=74W-QNudReo

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  41. Lectures

  42. Recaps

  43. Sections

  44. Problem Sets

  45. Discuss

  46. Exams

  47. Final Project

  48. Part I: Hardware

  49. Part II: Internet

  50. Part III: Security

  51. Part IV: Software Development

  52. 01010100101010010101000010101010 01010101001010101011101011010101 00010101010110100101001001011110 10100111010100101001001010100100 01010100101010101001010010010101 00100101010010101010010101010101 01010001010010110010010010010100

  53. Do you like cats?

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  55. How much do you like cats?

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  57. __ __ __ __ 1000 100 10 1

  58. __ __ __ __ 8 4 2 1

  59. 0

  60. 0 1

  61. 00 01 10

  62. (1 × 2) + (0 × 1) = 2 +

    0 = 2
  63. 00 01 10 11

  64. (1 × 2) + (1 × 1) = 2 +

    1 = 3
  65. 000 001 011 100

  66. (1 × 4) + (0 × 2) + (0 ×

    1) = 4
  67. 000 001 011 100 101

  68. (1 × 4) + (0 × 2) + (1 ×

    1) = 5
  69. 10110

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  75. 14

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  82. 0011 + 0110

  83. ________________________

  84. ________________________

  85. ________________________

  86. ________________________

  87. ________________________

  88. There are 10 types of people in the world: those

    who understand binary and those who don’t.
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  90. Character encodings

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  93. ASCII

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  95. CS E-1

  96. 67 83 32 69 45 49

  97. 01000011 01010011 00100000 01000101 00101101 00110001

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  100. • byte • kilobyte • megabyte • gigabyte • terabyte

    • ...
  101. What chair is everyone sitting in?

  102. 1. Ask the person to your left where he/she is

    sitting 2. If there is no one to your left, say “one” 3. Add one to the answer of the person to your left, and say it out loud
  103. Computer Science E-1 Lecture 1: Hardware