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  • Computational Linguistics

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    Computational Linguistics Computational linguistics is a discipline between linguistics and computer science which is concerned with the computational aspects of the human language. This area of computer science overlaps with the field of Artificial Intelligence. Basically, computational linguistics is a series of programs that interprets human speech into words and actions. There are a couple of different areas of computational linguistics and those areas are theoretical computational

  • Examples Of Computational Thinking

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    Computational thinking is a way of solving problems. Computational thinking is a fundamental part of the way people think and understand the world. Everyone uses computational thinking every day e.g. when you wake up you think of going to the bathroom or to the kitchen. Computational thinking is used to help solve problems, before any problem can be resolved you need to understand it first. Once the problem is understood we develop ways of solving it. There are four corner stones of computational

  • Using Computational Design in Proteins

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    an overall increase in the efficiency of reactions. This experiment exemplifies important advancements and uses in the field of computational design. Through computational design, the effects of changes in amino acid structure/order can be observed before the changes are implemented in "real life." The success of this experiment shows that computational design is a useful and effective way to check for things such as molecular stability without having to waste time on trying all possibilities

  • A Mathematical Analysis of Computational Complexity

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    here. On showing that the decision process for a card can be performed polynomially, we built a new path to understand computational complexity questions and in future works, we will establish more bounds in complexity questions. A precise definition of {\em algorithm} was given by Alan Turing in 1937 (see \cite{AT1937}). A natural question arises: {\em What is the computational difficult to perform some algorithm?} See, in chronological order, \cite{RMO1959}, \cite{RMO1960}, \cite{HS1965} and others

  • Computational Complexity and the Origin of Universals

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    Computational Complexity and the Origin of Universals ABSTRACT: This paper establishes close relationships between fundamental problems in the philosophical and mathematical theories of mind. It reviews the mathematical concepts of intelligence, including pattern recognition algorithms, neural networks and rule systems. Mathematical difficulties manifest as combinatorial complexity of algorithms are related to the roles of a priori knowledge and adaptive learning, the same issues that have shaped

  • Ancient Computational Devices

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    The computer exemplifies modern day life. They have infiltrated every aspect of our society. There is very little that does not rely on this modern day monster. Computers are no longer machines performing simple basic functions. Most businesses the world over would not be able to function without one or other form of computing. From the supermarkets to automatic teller machines, computers have impacted on our lives and will continue to do so as the world moves forward with new and better technology

  • Theoretical Study and Computational Modeling

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    Theoretical Study and Computational Modeling   As the science of theoretical chemistry has matured, its focus  has shifted from analytically solvable problems, such as the  atomic structure of hydrogen, to more complex problems for which  analytical solutions are difficult or impossible to specify.   Important questions about the behavior of condensed phases of  matter, the electronic structure of heavy atoms and the _in  vivo_ conformation of biological

  • Computational Complexity and Philosophical Dualism

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    Computational Complexity and Philosophical Dualism ABSTRACT: I examine some recent controversies involving the possibility of mechanical simulation of mathematical intuition. The first part is concerned with a presentation of the Lucas-Penrose position and recapitulates some basic logical conceptual machinery (Gödel's proof, Hilbert's Tenth Problem and Turing's Halting Problem). The second part is devoted to a presentation of the main outlines of Complexity Theory as well as to the introduction

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Essay Examples

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    heat transfer from cylinder, cylinder head, etc. and fluid flow requires lots of experimental effort for the analysis. It is very time consuming and costly process. Computational fluid dynamics, is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows. Computational fluid dynamics analysis is nothing but the simulation process which involves heat flow as well as fluid flow on the basis of computer. CFD technique is powerful tool

  • Human Alienation and Computational Ecopoetics

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    Computational Ecopoetics project is centred on human alienation from nature as an underlying contemporary cultural framework and uses the capacity of the poetic bringing-forth to restore us to the earth and land as our home. Restoring us to the earth is the project of ecopoetics as phenomenological rather than political frame that constitutes the most direct return to the place of dwelling. The question is in what respects a poetic computation may be a making (poiesis) of the dwelling place (eco-