SoftwareLab I, II, III and IV
Software labs I, II, III and IV mainly provide support for basic training sessions. The 85 workstations in the four laboratories have up-to-date processors, a generous main memory structure and Gigabit Ethernet connections.
The computers run on the current Microsoft operating system. For presentations, each lab has a high-resolution data projector (beamer). A central printer can also be accessed from the laboratories.
Modern development tools (Eclipse, NetBeans, etc), many open source tools and widely used products, such as Microsoft Office or Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, etc), are available for training purposes.
Software labs I, II, III and IV are primarily used for tuition in the following areas:
- Programmer training (Java, C++, etc)
- Algorithms and data structures
- Software engineering
- Basic principles of media informatics (electronic publishing, human-computer communication, etc)
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Table: number of software worspaces in the Department of Applied Computer Sciene