Informatics Applications

Course Code: 
4111
Semester: 
2nd
Compulsory Courses
Professor: 

C. MALLIARAKIS

Number of credits allocated: 6 ECTS Credits

Objective of the course (expected learning outcomes and competences to be acquired)

  • Understanding the basic concepts of computer science and informatics.
  • Understanding the basic concepts governing computations, information management, computational systems, operational systems, and information systems.
  • Understanding the nature of computational problems.

Prerequisites: None

Course contents

  1. History
  2. Computational systems architecture
  3. Peripherals
  4. Arithmetic systems.
  5. Data storage.
  6. Logical operations.
  7. Operational systems.
  8. Graphical User Interfaces.
  9. Files management and access.
  10. Applications (Word processor, Data sheets, Data processing and analysis).
  11. Algorithms, Programming languages.
  12. Information systems and databases.

Recommended reading

  • ΑΡΧΕΣ ΛΕΙΤΟΥΡΓΙΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΙΣΜΟΥ Η/Υ, Georgios Giaglis
  • Introduction to Computer Science, BEHROUZ FOROUZAN/FIROUZ MOSHARRAF

Teaching methods: Lectures and tutorials.

Assessment methods: Final written exam (100%) or final written exam (70%) and exercises (30%).

Language of instruction: Greek