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Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science Revision Guide
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  • ISBN:9781107547544
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):Computer Science
  • Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
  • Author(s):Tony Piper
  • Available from: April 2016

Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science offers a complete set of resources to accompany the 9608 syllabus.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    This revision guide helps students to prepare and practice skills for the Cambridge AS and A Level Computer Science examination. It contains clear explanations and key information to support learners, with additional practice questions to help students feel confident and reinforce their understanding of key concepts.

  • Contents
  • FEATURES
    • Revision learning objectives for each chapter to allow students to keep track of their revision.

    • Exam-style questions to allow students to test themselves.

  • CONTENTS
    • PART 1 THEORY FUNDAMENTALS
    • 1. Information representation
    • 2. Communication and Internet technologies
    • 3. Hardware
    • 4. Logic gates and logic circuits
    • 5. Processor fundamentals
    • 6. Assembly language programming
    • 7. System software
    • 8. Security, privacy and data integrity
    • 9. Ethics and ownership
    • 10. Database and data modelling
    • PART 2 FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEM-SOLVING AND PROGRAMMING SKILLS. 11. Algorithm design and problem-solving
    • 12. Programming
    • 13. Software development
    • PART 3 ADVANCED THEORY
    • 14. Data representation
    • 15. Communication and Internet technologies
    • 16. Logic circuits
    • 17. Processors
    • 18. System software
    • 19. Security
    • 20. Monitoring and control systems
    • PART 4 FURTHER PROBLEM-SOLVING AND PROGRAMMING SKILLS
    • 21. Computational thinking and problem-solving
    • 22. Algorithm design methods
    • 23. Further programming
    • 24. Object-Oriented programming
    • 25. Low-Level programming
    • 26. Declarative programming
    • 27. Software development

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