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ItemBasic Java: Selected topics(Almaty, Suleyman demirel university - 2000, 2000) Hajilarov Eldar K.Abstract. "Basic Java Programming" is an introductory course that provides beginners with a foundational understanding of Java, a versatile and widely-used programming language. This course covers the fundamental elements of Java, including variables, data types, control structures, and basic functions. Through a combination of theoretical lessons and hands-on coding exercises, students will become proficient in Java syntax and basic programming concepts.The course also introduces the principles of object-oriented programming (OOP) and guides students in creating Java classes and objects. Students will learn to design simple Java applications, fostering problem-solving skills and modularity. "Basic Java Programming" is an excellent starting point for those looking to learn the fundamentals of programming and pave the way for further Java exploration. ItemЭлементы дискретной математики(Suleyman Demirel University, 2004) Джумадильдаев А.С.Книга содержит конспект лекций, прочитанных на первом курсе в Университете им. Сулеймана Демиреля и в Казахстанско-Британском Техническом Университете по курсу «Дискретная математика» за первые 7 недель. В лекциях затрагиваются элементы теории множеств, комбинаторики и теории чисел. В части 2 будут приведены лекции за 8-15 недели. В ней будут обсуждены следующие темы: • Алгебраические структуры • Логика высказываний и булевые функции • Элементы теории графов. ItemCalculus : brief summary and exercises. Part 1(Almaty, Suleyman demirel university - 2005, 2005) Nartova D.S.Abstract. The "Calculus: Theory and Practice" course is a comprehensive introduction to the fundamental branch of mathematics known as calculus. This abstract provides an overview of the course's key components, which include both theoretical concepts and practical exercises. The course begins by presenting the core principles of calculus, starting with the concept of limits, derivatives, and integrals. Students will delve into the mathematical foundations that underpin this discipline, understanding how calculus provides the tools to analyze and describe the behavior of functions, curves, and change itself. In the practical aspect of the course, students will engage in a wide range of exercises and problems that require them to apply calculus techniques to real-world scenarios. These exercises will cover differentiation, integration, optimization, and related rates, among other topics. Through these exercises, students will develop critical problem-solving skills and gain the ability to model and solve complex, dynamic situations. ItemCalculus and analytic geometry(Suleyman Demirel University, 2005) H.N.AliyevMathematics is not as complicated as it seems at first glance. If you follow all the sections of this book, you will gain firm confidence in your mathematical abilities. This book was written to help students understand how to solve mathematical problems. Each section contains examples and solved problems. Immediately after the section, the corresponding number of exercises with correct answers is given. The exercises will help students deepen their understanding of the sections. We wish you good luck and have fun with math! ItemStatistic. Solved problems and exercises. Part 1.(Suleyman Demirel University, 2006) Aliyev H.N.Inferential statistics consists of methods that use sampie results to help make decisions or predictions about a population. The point and interval estimatıon procedures are forms of statistical inference. Another type of statistical inference is hypothesis testing. In hypothesis testing we begin by stating a hypothesis about a population characteristic. This hypothesis, called the null hypothesis, is assumed to be true unless suffıcient evidence can be found in a sampie to reject it. The situation is quite similar to that in a criminal trial. The defendant is assumed to be innocent; if suffıcient evidence to the contrary is presented, however, the jury will reject this hypothesis and conclude that the defendant is guilty. In statistical hypothesis testing, often the null hypothesis is an assumption about the value of a population parameter. A sampie is selected from the population, and a point estimate is computed. By comparing the value of the point estimate to the hypothesized value of the parameter we draw a conclusion with respect to whether or not there is a suffıcient evidence to reject the null hypothesis. A decision is made and often a specific action is taken depending upon wlıether or not the null hypothesis about the population parameter is accepted or rejected. ItemSTATISTICS. Solved problems and exercises Part 2(Suleyman Demirel University, 2009) H.N.AliyevInferential statistics consists of methods that use sampie results to help make decisions or predictions about a population. The point and interval estimatıon procedures are forms of statistical inference. Another type of statistical inference is hypothesis testing. In hypothesis testing we begin by stating a hypothesis about a population characteristic. This hypothesis, called the null hypothesis, is assumed to be true unless suffıcient evidence can be found in a sampie to reject it. The situation is quite similar to that in a criminal trial. The defendant is assumed to be innocent; if suffıcient evidence to the contrary is presented, however, the jury will reject this hypothesis and conclude that the defendant is guilty. In statistical hypothesis testing, often the null hypothesis is an assumption about the value of a population parameter. A sampie is selected from the population, and a point estimate is computed. By comparing the value of the point estimate to the hypothesized value of the parameter we draw a conclusion with respect to whether or not there is a suffıcient evidence to reject the null hypothesis. A decision is made and often a specific action is taken depending upon wlıether or not the null hypothesis about the population parameter is accepted or rejected. ItemA course in information theory(Almaty, Suleyman demirel university-2009, 2009) Arslanov M.Z.Abstract. Information Theory is a fundamental field of study that plays a pivotal role in various aspects of modern technology, communication, and data science. This abstract provides an overview of a course in Information Theory, which covers the core principles and applications of this field.This course aims to introduce students to the foundational concepts of Information Theory, including entropy, information content, and coding theory. It explores the mathematical foundations of information and communication, enabling students to quantify and manipulate information in a systematic manner. Topics covered include Shannon's entropy, data compression, channel capacity, and error-correcting codes. Through a combination of theoretical lectures, practical exercises, and real-world applications, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the principles that underlie the transmission and storage of information in various communication systems. They will also learn how these principles are applied in fields such as data compression, cryptography, and error detection and correction.The course is designed to cater to a diverse range of students, from those with a strong mathematical background to those with a more practical interest in communication and information technology. By the end of the course, students will not only be equipped with a solid theoretical foundation but will also have the skills to apply Information Theory to solve real-world problems, making it an essential part of the curriculum for anyone interested in the intersection of mathematics, computer science, and communication technology. ItemFundamentals of Computer Networks in microleaming style: textbook(Suleyman Demirel University, 2012) Zhamanov Azamat MaratovichThe textbook describes the fundamentals of Computer Networks in microleaming style. Textbook represents theoretical and practicable interest contains usefiıl materials, illustrations and tables. Textbook is intended for students of IT engineers who study “Computer Networks” course in universities. In modem world, people are always busy with their concems. In addition to ali fhis not an excessive amount of relevant information is processed by our brain every day. In this regard, it is difficult to find time for leaming the requıred knowledge. For that reason I decided to write book in microleaming style, which will provide readers to gel required information in short time, because of microleaming style gives ability to ехріаіп a lot of thıngs without using much words which is separated into small parts. ItemCOMPARISONS BETWEEN RUBY AND PYTHON(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Asem SeysenbayNowadays web development programming is very popular. Using object-oriented programming (OOP) languages in it made it fun to design overall architectures, functionalities and ease of usability. As the scripting languages did not lose their popularity in this process, on their own field they also were making progress for making web development interesting for a programmer. Also scripting languages’ popularity is stable because of their compatibility and ease of use with the other languages. Considering these in this paper the comparison of basic items is made, that exist in Ruby and Python. Python itself was already popular, but coming of Ruby into the world of developers made them to begin many discussions. This work will give you basic view to make yourself a conclusion which one to choose and here it’s assumed that you already know one of the OOP languages or at least have some basic understanding of it. ItemСВОБОДНЫЕ ERP-СИСТЕМЫ(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Алтынбек ЖунусовТермин «свободное программное обеспечение» (СПО) означает программное обеспечение, распространяемое на условиях специальной свободной лицензии, дающей неограниченное право пользователю на его запуск, изучение, распространение и изменение. Сегодня в IT-индустрии наблюдается устойчивая тенденция к популяризации и увеличению объемов использования свободного программного обеспечения. С каждым годом растет количе- ство программ, относящихся к данной категории, повышаются их качество и функциональность. Практически у любого традиционного программного обеспечения имеется свободный аналог. Не стал исключением и сектор ERP-систем. Свободные корпоративные информационные системы (КИС), предназначенные для автоматизации всей деятельности предприятия, могут в скором времени составить серьезную конкуренцию лидерам этой отрасли информационных технологий. ItemREAL TIME TRAFFIC LIGHT CONTROL USING IMAGE PROCESSING(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Dosmukhamed ZhanibekovAs the problem of urban traffic congestion spreads, there is a pressing need for the introduction of advanced technology and equipment to improve the state-of-the-art of traffic control. Traffic problems nowadays are increasing because of the growing number of vehicles and the limited resources provided by current infrastructures. The simplest way for controlling a traffic light uses timer for each phase. Another way is to use electronic sensors in order to detect vehicles, and produce signal that cycles. We propose a system for controlling the traffic light by image processing. The system will detect vehicles through images instead of using electronic sensors embedded in the pavement. A camera will be installed alongside the traffic light. It will capture image sequences. The image sequence will then be analyzed using digital image processing for vehicle detection, and according to traffic conditions on the road traffic light can be controlled.. ItemTEXT BASED DOCUMENT SIMILARITY MEASURE(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Shnibekov ZhasulanDo you have a shortage of data? Not very likely. A consequence of the pervasive use of computers is that most data originate in digital form. If we trade a stock or write a book or buy a product online, these events evolve electronically. Since so many paper transactions are now in paperless digital form, lots of “big” data are available for further analysis. The concept of data mining, finding valuable patterns in data, is an obvious response to the collection and storage of large volumes of data. Data mining is no longer an emerging technology awaiting further development. Although its application is far from universal, the techniques of data mining are highly developed and for some forms of analysis are entering a mature phase. We would like to say “Give us data and we will find the patterns.” Unfortunately, data-mining methods expect a highly structured format for data, necessitating extensive data preparation. Either we have to transform the original data, or the data are supplied in a highly structured format. Data-mining methods learn from samples of past experience. If we speak to specialists in predictive data mining, their data will be in numerical form. These people are the “numbers guys.” The “text miners” do not expect an orderly series of numbers. They are happy to look at collections of documents, where the contents are readable and their meaning is obvious. This is our first distinction between data and text mining: numbers versus text. That doesn’t mean that these are two distinct concepts. Both are based on samples of past examples. The composition of the examples is very different, yet many of the learning methods are similar. That’s because the text will be processed and transformed into a numerical representation. ItemOnline Ordering Taxi on Android(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Makhymgaliyeva GuldenNowadays people are very busy, stressful and always in an extremely active life. Sometimes they need relax, just sit and think about how life is wonderful. Also they need some service from another people, and to get agreement with someone when you are very tired is so difficult. This kind of problem makes you annoying. So I present decision of this issue by using mobile application Get a Taxi. This application locates the passenger's position automatically or can be set to pick-up from the user's favorite locations, e.g. work, home etc. The application then finds and orders the nearest available taxi and informs the user of the driver's name and ratings, and how much will cost distance. ItemUSING SCRATCH IN LEARNING PROCESS(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Dana Zhumagulova, Kuralay ZhanabayThis paper describes usage of computer program Scratch in learning process. It consists of 3 parts. In first part there is general information about Scratch, then in second part there are lessons of how to use. The last part shows conclusion of using it. Keywords: Scratch, MIT, learning process. Scratch is a object-oriented programming language learning environment what enables it’s users to get results without having to learn syntactically correct writing first. It is a graphical programming environment that makes it easier for kids (ages 8 and up) to create their own interactive stories, games, animations, and simulations, and share their creations with one another online. ItemMobile Attendance Checker(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Abdussaitova NazgumDuring the education in universities many are faced with the problem of traffic and its control. Moreover checking attendance at lectures with lots of students during the lecture is difficult. This mobile application allows you to check the attendance of any class, meeting (if necessary), lectures, or even in the workplace, and will help to collect more accurate information than the normal inspection visits, as this application takes a picture of each student. ItemPreperation for National Test(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Kuatbekova N.Nowadays most mobile phone’s system is Android. Because of it I made preparation for National test for android. Students when they prepare for NT, they usually go to special courses. They go there by transport and it takes many time. So to save time of students I decided to do this project. Because it is easy to carry phones rather than the books. ItemMULTI-FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMABLE LED CUBE (WITH ARDUINO)(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Bayekeyeva A.In 2011, in his message to the nation, the head of state Nursultan Nazarbayev, said that it is necessary to introduce new technologies in the educational process and to give a more time-consuming for the further development of the latest technologies in Kazakhstan. So,Arduino is one of them If I’m not mistaken, Arduino microcontroller is used in KZ, only the second year. Arduino -an electronic designer, with an open architecture for easy prototyping devices and programs for them. It is designed for professionals, inventors, hobbyists, and for anyone who wants to create an electronic device. ItemNoSQL: назад в будущее(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Shaimardanova M., Bimagambetova R.Сегодня актуальны эффективные технологии создания cпециализированных решений с гарантированным временем реакции при обработке больших массивов данных, однако потенциал таких давно существующих подходов, как Cache, реализован еще не полностью. Проекты класса XPT(extreme transaction processing, высоконагруженные приложения) предъ-являют новые требования к СУБД — сегодня необходимы технологии, обеспечивающие низкую стоимость масштабирования и обработки больших объемов данных. К таким технологиям относят СУБД класса NoSQL, обещающие разработчикам высокую скорость внесения изменений в прило-жения, низкие затраты на масштабирование, инструменты обработки и хранения больших объе-мов данных, а также высокую скорость выполнения на относительно недорогом оборудовании. ItemElectronic educational board for learning Kazakh alphabet(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Aminova ZhanargulEveryone knows that in order to speak any language fluently and express own thoughts, we must learn the alphabet firstly. Consequently, everybody tries to learn it from kinder garden ages. My project generally devoted to children and purpose of Interactive talking poster "Әліппе" - to allow the children to learn the Kazakh alphabet faster. Kazakh language consists of 42 letters. And my project consists of many songs and different patters which can make interest the children. It can be also helpful for kids to distinguish the colors and pictures. ItemPHYSICS WITH ROBOTICS(Suleyman Demirel University, 2013) Ж.К.КенжекейWhy physics with robotics? Two reasons - inherent to robotics is measurement and actuation. In other words, in order for a robot to interact with the world, it has to investigate and do something with that investigation. It has to apply what it has "learned". Therefore, we can say that inherent to robotics is investigation and application. The same is true for physics education. In classroom, I encourage my students to investigate and apply what they have learned to something in the real world. Robotics gives us these two aspects of physics education in one very well connected package. Throughout this work, I will try to explain about opportunities to use robotics in classroom for investigation and applied physics projects. These are not, however, the only reasons we use robotics in our classrooms. Robotics is engaging, promotes creative problem solving, encourages students to represent their ideas in the real world with a precision system, provides excellent feedback and finally, robotics can be easily connected to knowing and learning a great diversity of physics concepts and skills. Why LEGO® MINDSTORMS® based robotics? Combined, teachers around the world have more than 15 years of experience with this system. I have used the MINDSTORMS system the most. I have found it to be an affordable, durable, and flexible solution for our project needs. The core of my ideas will work with most any sensor/motor based robotics system. Whether it is LEGO based or not, robotics is a great hook in a classroom environment, engaging reluctant and enthusiastic learners. Teachers will see that these systems provide students with exceptional feedback, helping them to develop their ideas and successfully tinker with physical phenomena as they endeavor to take on various science and engineering challenges. Furthermore, teachers will see that after class has ended, they still have students in the room. Students do not want to leave. They are having a great time challenging themselves and they are often so proud of what they have made that they bring friends later in the day to see their creations.