Computer Science

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  • Computer Science

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    Computer Science Computer science dates back to about 1960, although the electronic digital computer that was the object of its study was invented only two decades earlier. The field of science has grown extensively due to the development of the computer. Computers have moved into every nook and cranny of our daily lives. People use them in education, retailing, law enforcement, transportation, agriculture, homes, medicine, and an endless number of other areas. Scientists have to develop new

  • Computer Science

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    Computer Science I remember the day as if it were yesterday. During my second year in college, I was attempting to transmit a group of characters comprising my name from one computer to another. I connected the computers using RS-232 cable, wrote the necessary programs and executed them. I typed my name on one terminal and rushed to the other to see the results. "Wow, this is magic!" I exclaimed as I read 'Tom' on the screen. While I realized intuitively that a complex version of this elementary

  • Computer Science

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    this essay, you will read about the way a computer works including hardware, software and history regarding a computer. A computer is a devise that processes, organize, displays information, and calculates. It can communicate with other computers all over the world. Computers can perform thousands of billions of calculations per second. Computers are used for business, bar codes, track inventories, home use, school work, and studies among other things. Computers can produce several things at once, for

  • Computer Science

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    Computer Science Computer science is one of the fastest growing career fields in modern history. Dating back only a few decades to the late 1950's and early 1960's, it has become on of the leading industries in the world today. Developed through the technological architecture of electrical engineering and the computational language of mathematics, the science of computer technology has provided considerable recognition and financial gain for many of its well deserving pioneers. Originally conceived

  • Computer Programming In Computer Science

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    Abstract Computer programming is an important aspect of computer science, in which an algorithm is taken and encoded into a notation to be executed by a computer. There are many different types of programming languages that exist today, to name a few of the most popular: Java, C, C++, PHP and Python. Computer programming is a continuous area of study, and will only grow over the coming years due to the rise in technology and high-demand for programmers to learn these different languages. Computer programming

  • Computer Science State: My Passion For Computer Science

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    My passion towards Computer Science started early at the age of 8 when my dad first taught me how to use it. At that time, I used to wonder how it worked by seeing its amazing functionalities and features. When I was in grade 5, we had computer science as a subject in our curriculum which I learnt with copious interest. In grade 8, I understood that we can also communicate with the computers by using different languages just like how we communicate with humans. I attended C and C++ summer crash courses

  • History Of Computer Science

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    Computer Science is the best field to work in because it pays as much as lawyers and doctors. Computer science deals with “the theoretical foundations” of information and computation, together with practical techniques for the implementation and application of these foundations. Computer science is the study of the theory, experimentation, and engineering that form the basis for the design and use of computers. It is the scientific and practical approach to computation and its applications and the

  • Studying Computer Science

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    Introduction Hardware can be daunting. The following is a brief look at why every computer science major should be knowledgeable in the acronyms that abound within the computer industry. Overwhelming Factors Budding computer science majors can be thankful to Ken Thompson’s desire to travel space. It was this desire that maintained a failed attempt of an operating system by a joint venture of General Electric, Bell Labs, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The operating system was named

  • Sop For Computer Science

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    masters in Computer Science and Engineering for the year 2014. With impressive feedback from my educational guides, professors and while pursuing the Internet extensively, I gathered valuable information of the courses listed by you. This made me choose your college, one of the best offering this course on Computer Science. Technology and its myriad aspects fascinate me, specifically the Computer Science stream that pervades all the areas of business in today’s world. Computer Science is an emerging

  • The Importance Of Computer Science

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    Therefore, Computer Science should be a requirement in graduating high school since the operation of technology is necessary to function in society and be successful in the twenty-first century, and thus schools must revise their A-G requirements. Technology is utilized and depended on in many fields, and its impact will continue to grow. In the late 1960s, Ted Hoff created the first microprocessor. Originally as a project to create a computer chip for a calculator, he quickly