Programming With Multimedia Objects
Credit Hours: 4.00. Introduction to computers and programming: number representations, primitive data types and operations, basic control structures, programming applets and applications using graphical user interfaces, programming for detecting events and performing actions, processing multimedia objects such as images and sounds. Throughout the course, examples are drawn from a variety of fields in the natural sciences. Not open to CS majors with a grade of C or better in . Not open to non-CS majors with a grade of C or better in any course in computer programming. Typically offered Fall Spring.
This course is offered by the Department of Computer Science