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Course: Programming for applied physics

Department/Abbreviation: KEF/PPAF

Year: 2020

Guarantee: 'doc. Ing. Luděk Bartoněk, Ph.D.'

Annotation: This study course is focused on the issue of programming and adoption of suitable tools for solving of computer applications in the field of applied physics.

Course review:
1.Introduction to formal language theory (computer science ), the concept of grammar, finite automaton , grammar classification, principles of syntax directed translation. 2.Introduction to machine-oriented languages - basic programming techniques machine-oriented languages (register direct, indirect index , base relative addressing) 3.Programming in assembler source program creation , generating relokatibilního code linking (link), demonstration programs. 4.System Programming Microsoft Visual Basic (Beginners All - Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code), a description of the development environment and language, basic concepts, data types and assignments , definition of variables, constants, arithmetic expressions, demonstration programs. 5.Description Visual C + + for Microsoft Windows, its components and development environment, technology AppWizard guides for easy implementation in solving problems in the field of applied physics, programming examples. 6.LabVIEW-(Graphical Programming for Instrumentation), demonstration programs. 7.Examples of solved computer applications in the field of applied physics use the above software products.