# Mathematics. Operating Systems. Institution: Vilniaus kolegija/university of Applied Sciences

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1 Institution: Vilniaus kolegija/university of Applied Sciences Mathematics Provide knowledge of logical laws of Mathematics and theoretical calculations, in order to develop subject and professional competencies. Provide knowledge and skills necessary to solve problems that require mathematical knowledge and training. Annotation These topics of Mathematics are overviewed and analyzed: linear algebra, analytic geometry, mathematical analysis (concept of function, finding limits of a sequence and a function, derivative of a function, indefinite and definite integrals), differential equations, number and function series. After the math course a student will be able to: create a simple mathematical model of science and technology, and solve, interpret, and evaluate it using modern software. A student will be able to find relevant information in mathematical publications and use it properly. Prerequisites Secondary school Mathematics and Information Technology knowledge 1. Linear algebra 2. Analytic geometry 3. Function, limit of a function, finding limits, continuity. 4. Derivative and differential of a function. Concepts of derivative and differential of a function. Rules of calculus. Applications of derivative of a function. 5. Indefinite integral, properties, integration methods.. 6. Definite integral, Newton-Leibniz formula, properties of definite integral. Approximating definite integral. Applications.. 7. Differential equations, types, solving. Applications of differential equations. 8. Number and function series, convergence. Applications of series. Operating Systems To give knowledge about the purpose of operating systems and principles of its operation; selection, installation and upgrade; management of operating system security mechanisms; operation of file systems and its functions. Annotation In this program students learn about the internal composition of the operating system, processes, memory management, resource allocation and file systems. Students are introduced to the UNIX operating systems, the role, composition and operational principles.

2 Prerequisites Mathematics and Informatics at secondary school. 1. Introduction. System design requirements. 2. Memory management. 3. Processes management. 4. Resources. 5. Kernel of operating systems. 6. File systems. 7. Installation of operating systems. 8. Command files. 9. WAN and LAN. 10. Pocket PC, mobile operating systems. Structured Programming The main aim is to accustom the students with structured programming. In this course, students will learn to create and apply the basic algorithms, to prepare simple and complex software designs, relative to cyclical and programmatic pieces, and get acquainted with the standard and structured data types in C programming language. Annotation In this course students will learn to program in C programming language, using simple programming constructs (conditions and loops), how to operate simple and compound data structures, use of various features and libraries. Prerequisites Mathematics and Informatics at secondary school. 1. Basic algorithms 2. Variables. Declarations. Assignment statements. 3. Conditional statements. Loops. 4. Ordinal types. 5. Arrays. Two-dimensional arrays. Dynamic arrays 6. Structures 7. Files 8. Compatibility between types 9. Dynamic variables. Pointers

3 10. Functions. 11. Pointers as parameters 12. Namespaces 13. Header files Information Technology To give basic knowledge and form practical skills for finding information, preparation, processing, analysis and presentation in necessary form by using information technology The purpose of the subject is to form an understanding of modern update information technology, to develop skills and abilities to work with a computer necessary while studying and in future professional and practical activities, to form the habit and ability in the ever changing IT for self-sufficient studies. Studying IT students acquire knowledge about PC s equipment, computer networks, and operating systems. Windows operating system is analyzed more widely, also its regulation and application for personal demand, traditional supplements. Students learn how to manage files and documents, use the Internet and electronic mail, learn how to professionally design and edit documents, spreadsheets. Students acquire an understanding of using databases management systems. Also learn to design and clear presentations. They are presented with complex usage of basic applications programs, data exchange between programs and an understanding and skills of complex document creation. Necessary background knowledge for the study and contiguous requirements (if any) Mathematics 1. Introduction. Information systems. Modern information technology. Computer Hardware and Software. Types of computers. Computer structure, purpose and specifications of computer devices. Computer networks. 2. The software structure. The concept, purpose and objects of operating system. The development of operating systems. Application of operating system to meet user s requirements. Information archiving methods. Viruses and antivirus implements. 3. Applications. The composition of the MS Office programs and the purpose of individual applications. Text editor. Preparation for work and document creation. Document preparation, formatting, layout techniques. Large document structure. 4. Inserting and arranging the document elements. Creation and editing of tables and diagrams. The implements of document creation automation. Automatic table of contents, the index. 5. Document formats and templates. Printing. Creation and management of macros. 6. Spreadsheets. Preparation of working environment and design of a book. Formatting tools, data formats. 7. Calculations. Functions and their usage. Verification of calculations. The methods of data input, verification and protection. Control work No Graphic (drawing implements, graphs, organization structures, geographical graphs). 9. Data sorting, filtering and advanced filtering, subtotals, summaries. Implements of data analysis.

4 10. Creation and management of macros. Creation of personal functions. Printing. 11. Programs for presentations. Creating presentations using Design Templates. Arrangement of slides and slides elements. Animation. 12. Creating of simple Web pages. 13. Introductions to databases. Control work No Concepts of Internet and , services. Browsers. Information searching systems and their usage. 15. Evaluation of self-work project Information Technology Practice To provide knowledge and skills with information technology theoretical knowledge and develop the skills in practical application activities. The modern information technologies used in company or organisation activities indicate the high qualification level and potential of company and personal. Therefore the companies give a special regard for putting in to practice skill the information technology work methods. Information technology practice is to train to put in practice information technology knowledge, to form the practice skills of modern information applying, to evaluate critically students work results, to present their work to group, to create the practice report. Necessary background knowledge for the study and contiguous requirements (if any) Information Technology, Mathematics, Operating Systems. 1. Requirements for practice, the evaluation report and presentation. Common task and its components. 2. Workplace software structure, operating system, its application needs. Working in a computer network. 3. Creation of documents and documentation; their structure, usage of additional elements. 4. Opportunities for usage of electronic spreadsheets in information processing, analysis and presentation. 5. Creation of a database. 6. The usage of internet resources for practice tasks. 7. Preparation of practice report, presentation and report delivery. Professional English To provide students with general practical communication knowledges and skills, required to communicate orally and in written good English on professional level. Analysis of special English pecularities, reading of Professional materials, discussion on Professional topics. General English knowledges (grammar and lexis) are deapened to better understanding and usage of technical English and terminology. Vocabulary of special English terminology (terms, term units, acronyms, abbreviations) is being improved and the ability to communicate in Professional situations is developed.

5 Necessary background knowledge for the study and contiguous requirements (if any) Secondary school education, General English 1. Computer Architecture. 2. Computer Applications. 3. Output devices. 4. Special study subjects. Test 1 5. Operating Systems. 6. Graphical User Interface. 7. Applications Programs. 8. Individual Reading (Professional English) (self-study). 9. Presentations (Computer hardware) 10. Hacking into the System. 11. Recent Developments in IT 12. The Future of IT. 13. Self-study (reading Professional materials). Test 2 14.Presentations (Computer software) 15.Preparing for and taking examination Speciality Language To polish up high-level contemporary language skills and enhance the ability to express one s thoughts in writing and orally. The course includes knowledge of the language policy, management and administration of the standard language norms and codification. Standards of language pronunciation skills are taught, the theoretical and practical knowledge of the laws of accentuation and specialty terms of stress are given, principles of specialty stretch is introduced. Taught to detect and improve based on the source vocabulary, morphology and syntax errors. Primary skills to express themself correctly in oral and written, find the necessary linguistic information are taught. Necessary background knowledge for the study and contiguous requirements (if any) Secondary education in Lithuanian language. 1. Concept of the state language, history and validation of the state language policy. Common language and the

6 rules of codification. 2. Pronunciation norms and errors. Control reading. 3. Stressing norms and errors. Test No 1 4. Lexical norms and errors. Specialization language features. 5. Incorrect formation or non in its derivative manner used words with Lithuanian elements. Test No 2 6. Morphological errors: declinable parts of speech, verb forms and their usage. Test No 3 7. Syntax errors: cases, usage of prepositions and postpositions. Test No 4 8. Text form analysis. Individual work.

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