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The Issues of the Emergence of Ultra Large Scale Systems
The success of any software system depends on the precision and the detail with which it fulfills its user requirements. Safwat and Senousy (2015) notes that the development of an effective software product requires multi-disciplinary research integrating computer science aspects, mathematics, human-computer interaction, en...
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A Research on the MD5 Message Digesting Algorithm
MD5 is a one way cryptographic message digesting algorithm that utilizes hash functions to generate 128 bit hash values. It can be utilized as a checksum function to detect data transmission errors in order to ascertain integrity. Its best usage is in the verification of downloaded packages like Ubuntu to ensure they are al...
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An Overview of Application Software System and Its Different Programs
Application software is a program or group of programs designed for end users. These programs are divided into two classes: system software and application software. While system software consists of low-level programs that interact with computers at a basic level, application software resides above system software and incl...
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An Overview of Operating System and the History and Differences Between LINUX and UNIX
A452: UNIX and Linux research Owen Raccani 5F Your task is to research and write c. 500 to 1500 words on the Unix and Linux computer operating systems. This will form part of the opening introduction into your A452 controlled assessment. Remember - A452 is a RESEARCH assessment - so you need to show the exam board claer...
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The Positive Impacts of Computers in Our Modern Lives
Computers is an electronic device designed for speed and automate errors which is used by everyone nowadays. Computer accepts input, stores data, information produces output and manipulates information. Computers can be used to retrieve and process data. We can use computers to type documents, get information by going on se...
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The Importance of Motion Graphics for Other Types of Media
In the field of digital media, motion graphics have become innovative as it allows the integration of words, images, sound, video and animation. This allows for the creation of multimedia interactive products such as special effects, edited videos, and 3D animation. With the combination of creative elements like typography...
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The Changes Brought by Youtube to Our Modern World
YouTube Is Changing Our Modern World YouTube has been around since 2005 and has provided a new platform of media in which people can freely express themselves through their thoughts, abilities, and creativity. People can create their own content and post it online for people to watch for free. No one is required to ha...
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Comparing the Differences Between a Desktop and a Laptop Before Deciding Which One to Buy
My grandma is always telling my how dramatically things have changed since she was a little girl, and when you truly put your mind to it, it’s not hard to understand why. The Internet was more or less non-existent before 1990, and now, nearly each individual walking down the street has it at his or her fingertips. Well, my...
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The Recent Developments in the Realm of 3D Printing
Do you like to shop online? I do! It is super convenient. I can shop any time I want, and the stores don’t have to be open. What I don’t like, however, is waiting for my purchase to show up. What if I told you there is an emerging technology that may, in the near future, be able to immediately fulfill your order? Just...
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The Dangers of Trojan Viruses to the Software
Trojans are everywhere. Everybody with a computer has heard of one, seen one, or even experienced one. Despite this, many classify this as your run of the mill virus and fail to see its true capabilities and limitations. First things first: A Trojan is not a virus. Viruses have a single purpose: to infect, propagate, spread...
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The Basic Functions of Computers - Memory Storage, Types of Memory, and the Differences Between Common Computer Program Terms
Introduction: We are very fortunate to be born in a generation where technology has made its huge debut and has not yet seemed to slow down at its growth one bit. The improvements of everyday technology and new inventions that are introduced to us on frequent basis, make our lives easier and more manageable than ever. Howe...
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The Advantages and Importance of the Hubble Space Telescope
The Hubble Space Telescope After WWII, serious talk and conceptualization about some sort of space telescope began. It was argued whether or not such a thing was necessary. One professor, Lyman Spitzer; from Yale University, argued that a space telescope had advantages over a telescope from ground on Earth. He in fact, w...
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The the Rise of Music Streaming Today
Trend Analysis: Streaming Contrary to popular belief, the music industry is not dying….objectively speaking. Looking at the numbers, the music industry is thriving as people spend about 15% of their time weekly listening to music in their cars, homes, at the supermarket.(Nielsen Entertainment 2014) However, the music indus...
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The Advantage of Using Visual Studio by Microsoft
Summary This memo serves to introduce Microsoft Visual Studio as a valuable development environment for anyone in the field of Computer Science. It enumerates its advantages over other apps that attempt to accomplish the same purpose. Introduction Microsoft Visual Studio is a development environment created and maintai...
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A History, Use and Advantages of the Blu-ray Disc
Introduction The Blu-ray Disc format is necessary for today's generation because the advancement in technology has resulted in demand for a new generation of storage devices. This generation call for improved optical storage and the Blu-ray is the best option compared to the current discs. The storage that demands MPEG2...
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The Three Components of a Central Tendency
In statistics, a central tendency is a central value or a typical value for a probability distribution. The three measures of central tendency is the mean, median, and mode. The three measures of central tendency are the mean, the median, and the mode. The mean, also called the center of the distribution, is the arithmetic...
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The Popularity of Life Hacks on the Internet
Over the course of the last few years, life hacks have become extremely popular on the Internet and social media. Essentially, life hacks are little tricks and tips to make your daily life activities more efficient and productive. They are kind of like cheat codes to life. Life hacks vary from how to be successful in life t...
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The Steps in Creating a Video Game
All Fun and Games You sit down to play a video game captivated by the life like graphics
and realistic character movements. Playing video games today is like
entering a whole new world with different sights and sounds. Players spend
hours on popular games like Rock Band, Halo, and Mass Effect but what goes
into makin...
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The Issues Related to the Evolution of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence is a topic that I spend a lot of time thinking about nowadays. However, in all honesty, I only started paying attention to it in the past few years, when more and more aspects of my life became computerized. Everything started with computers and the internet, and now we have...
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An Experiment on Familiarizing Ourselves with Excel and the Importance of Significant Figures and Errors
Introduction Motivation:The objective of this experiment was to familiarize ourselves with excel and the types of procedures that will be required in later labs. The goal was to obtain data and calculate the errors of our measurements to learn how to plot the data and have a basic understanding of the statistics involved i...
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P vs NP, One of the Unanswered Problems in Computer Science
P vs NP is considered one of the deepest unanswered problems in computer science. I’m going to show you what it is, and how it relates seemingly unrelated problems such as protein folding and making crossword puzzles and that their relationship is a lot like Sudoku. P vs NP is one of the 7 millennium problems set out by the...
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An Evaluation of the Ethical Dilemmas of the New Technology in Computers
Ethical Dilemmas of the New, Improving Computer Technology Society has become extremely dependent on the new comings of technology, and raises the ethical dilemma the future of the technology brings. Though many positive outcomes have risen from new and developing computers, social issues and environmental issues h...
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The Pros and Cons of Object Oriented Programming and Procedural Programming
Object Oriented Programming vs. Procedural Programming – the Pros and Cons There are various different methods for programming, including Object-oriented programming (OOP), and Procedural Programming. Each one has its pros and cons. You might be asking yourself, well what is object-oriented programming? Object-oriented pro...
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The Emergence of Big Data Analytics in Technology Today
In this article, Ramel discusses how students from MIT built a super computer that will “take the human guesswork out of Big Data analytics.” The computer is able to find hidden patterns in data sets that would normally take human intuition to be able to figure out. After finding the patterns, the machine goes even further...
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The Impact of John Von Neumann in the World of Computers
During the design and building of the ENIAC computer system, specifically in 1945 (Englander, 2014, p. 27), a consultant named John von Neumann had come up with a much more efficient and useful architectural design. With the ENIAC design, a series of wires, panels, and toggle switches allowed for the configuration of progra...
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