Computer Use for the Natural Sciences
Section A (Fall) t.b.a. Mon, Wed, Fri 15:30
Section M (Winter) t.b.a. Tue 12:30-14:30, Thu 12:30
Introduction to problem solving using computers - top
down and modular design; implementation in a
procedural programming language - control structures,
data structures, subprograms; application to simple
numerical methods, modelling and simulation in the
sciences; use of library subprograms.
This course is intended for students in the Faculty of
Pure and Applied Science.
Note: This course is not open to any student who has
passed or is taking COSC1020.03. This course counts
as elective credits towards satisfying Faculty degree
requirements but does not count as Computer Science
- Ellis et al. FORTRAN 90 Programming,
- Leiko Pitter et. al., Every Student's Guide to the Internet (Windows
version), McGraw-Hill 1995.
Degree credit exclusions: COSC1530.03,