Course Title : Exercises in Information Processing Basics

Code 230114
Course Year 1st year
Term 1st term
Class day & Period
Credits 2
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Seminar
Instructor Takuya FUNATOMI

Course Description

Exercises for using UNIX workstation as a tool.


Evaluation based on attendance record and reports.

Course Goals

To acquire computer literacy in UNIX environment.

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Basics of UNIX system 2 Learn basic usage of UNIX system, including X Window, file system, commands, etc.
Shell & text editor (Emacs) 3 Learn basic usage of shell and Emacs, and write texts using them.
Security, Email, the Web 1 Learn basics of information security, how to set up and use Email clients and how to retrieve various information and data by web search engines.
LaTeX 2 Learn how to write documents by LaTeX.
Figure & graph drawing, file format conversion 3 Learn how to draw figures and graph charts by gnuplot and tgif, how to convert file formats and include them in LaTeX documents.
Programming; string processing & arithmetic calculus 1 Learn how to write programs for string processing and arithmetic calculus in AWK.
Advanced exercise 3 Advanced exercises for more understanding.


Exercises in Information Processing Basics (sold by Kyoto Univ. Coop)(MUST)



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Additional Information

Exercise schedule depends on the academic calender and learning level. As the background knowledge of Introduction to Algorithms and Data Structures (91150) and Hardware and Software Laboratory Project 1 (90210), taking this course is strongly recommended. Prepare the textbook and ECS-ID (issued by The Institute for Information Management and Communication (IIMC) of Kyoto University) in advance. Take the e-Learning on information security.