- Subject(s):Computer Science
- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Sylvia Langfield, Dave Duddell
- Available from: December 2015
Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science offers a complete set of resources to accompany the 9608 syllabus.
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Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science Coursebook delivers an accessible guide to theoretical and practical skills in Computer Science, with a clear progression of tasks that help to consolidate and develop knowledge. Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science Coursebook offers students detailed descriptions of the concepts, reinforced with examples that outline complex subject matter in a clear way. Alongside fundamental definitions, higher level programming skills are developed through the explanation of processes and consolidated by practical exam-type questions for students to attempt.
Examples of three different programming languages throughout allowing students to use the resource with their preferred programming language.
The coursebook is structured into units to allow AS and A Level students to progress according to the assessment papers.
Designed using a visual approach, outlining the concepts, the text helps students to understand the processes and structures of computer science
- 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. Data security, privacy and 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. Stepwise refinement and structure charts
- 13. Programming and data representation
- 14. Structured programming
- 15. Software development
- PART 3 ADVANCED THEORY
- 16. Data representation
- 17. Communication and Internet technologies
- 18. Boolean algebra and logic circuits
- 19. Processor and computer architecture
- 20. System software
- 21. Security
- 22. Monitoring and control systems
- PART 4 FURTHER PROBLEM-SOLVING AND PROGRAMMING SKILLS
- 23. Computational thinking and problem-solving
- 24. Algorithm design methods
- 25. Recursion
- 26. Further programming
- 27. Object-oriented programming (OOP)
- 28. Low level programming
- 29. Declarative programming
- 30. Software development
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