GRE Computer Science
The purpose of this book is to help Computer Science majors, or any one with a background in the field, to review all the material covered over the four years of College curriculum and what is expected on the GRE subject exam.
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- 1 Software Systems And Methodology
- 2 Computer Organization And Architecture
- 3 Theory And Mathematical Background
- 4 Other Topics
Software Systems And Methodology
In computer programming, a data type is a classification of the type of information. A data type describes representation, interpretation and structure of values manipulated by algorithms or objects stored in computer memory or other storage device. Common types of data in programming languages include primitive types, tuples, records, algebraic data types, abstract data types, reference types, classes and function types.
Program Control And Structure
Iteration and recursion Procedures, functions, methods, and exception handlers Concurrency, communication, and synchronization
Programming Languages And Notation
Computer Organization And Architecture
Digital Logic Design
Processors And Control Units
Memories And Their Hierarchies
Networking And Communications
Theory And Mathematical Background
Algorithms And Complexity
Nearly 15% of total .