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* [http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~howardz/micellaneous/gre_cs_sub/ GT notes] from 2006
* [http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~howardz/micellaneous/gre_cs_sub/ GT notes] from 2006
==Subject Material==
==Subject Material==
This was taken from the ETS CS GRE page, 2009-07-30 1500 UTC.
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===SOFTWARE SYSTEMS AND METHODOLOGY 40%===
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* Data organization
! width="100%" align="left"| Area (outline taken from the ETS CS GRE page, 2009-07-30 1500 UTC)
** Data types
! References
** Data structures and implementation techniques
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* Program control and structure
|colspan=2|'''SOFTWARE SYSTEMS AND METHODOLOGY - 40%'''
** Iteration and recursion
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** Procedures, functions, methods, and exception handlers
|colspan=2|'''Data Organization'''
** Concurrency, communication, and synchronization
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* Programming languages and notation
| Data types
** Constructs for data organization and program control
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** Scope, binding, and parameter passing
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** Expression evaluation
| Data structures and implementation techniques
* Software engineering
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** Formal specifications and assertions
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** Verification techniques
|colspan=2|'''Program control and structure'''
** Software development models, patterns, and tools
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* Systems
|Iteration and recursion
** Compilers, interpreters, and run-time systems
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** Operating systems, including resource management and protection/security
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** Networking, Internet, and distributed systems
|Procedures, functions, methods, and exception handlers
** Databases
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** System analysis and development tools
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|Concurrency, communication, and synchronization
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|-
|colspan=2|'''Programming languages and notation'''
|-
|Constructs for data organization and program control
|
|-
|Scope, binding, and parameter passing
|
|-
|Expression evaluation
|
|-
|colspan=2|'''Software engineering'''
|-
|Formal specifications and assertions
|
|-
|Verification techniques
|
|-
|Software development models, patterns, and tools
|
|-
|colspan=2|'''Systems'''
|-
|Compilers, interpreters, and run-time systems
|
|-
|Operating systems, including resource management and protection/security
|
|-
|Networking, Internet, and distributed systems
|
|-
|Databases
|
|-
|System analysis and development tools
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===COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND [[Architecture|ARCHITECTURE]] — 15%===
===COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND [[Architecture|ARCHITECTURE]] — 15%===
* Digital logic design
* Digital logic design