Posts Tagged 'computer science'

Compiled and Interpreted Programs

Mountain State University Systems Architecture Discussion Assignment

Discussion Compiled and Interpreted Programs

Our assignment was to compare and contrast the execution of compiled programs to interpreted programs in terms of CPU and memory utilization.

Compiled Program
For most programming languages, there are four source code instruction types:
1. Data Declarations
Defines the name and data type of one or more program variables. When a compiler reads a data declaration, it allocates memory to store data item. The amount of ...

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CIS 115 Week 1 DB Assisgnment

Week 1 Introduction to Computers

Discussion Assignment:
Perform an Internet search to learn more about operating systems. Compare Vista to XP and research Max OS X. Share what you have learned with the rest of the class, especially any good informative links.

Windows XP, Vista, & 7 Comparisons

 This article is going to offer a technical comparison between Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. The advances in today’s technology happen at an extremely fast rate. The book we are studying from ...

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Mountain State University

Published: June 1, 2011

I have been accepted into Mountain State Universities Online Computer Science Program! This is a dream come true, to attend college. It is also a delusion turned into reality, for me to study as an undergraduate in the field of computer science.

If I accomplish the little bit of success that I have, it only proves that good works & faith is a proven method for success for anyone! You can take all of the negative in my ...

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Quantum Computing

Quantum Computing Reference

This article was created as a reference point to the subject matter of Quantum Computing

Quantum computer
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A quantum computer is a device for computation that makes direct use of quantum mechanical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform operations on data. Quantum computers are different from traditional computers based on transistors. The basic principle behind quantum computation is that quantum properties can be used to represent data and perform operations ...

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Newton Raphson Method

Newton Raphson Method Derivation from Taylor Series

Follow up to Lecture 6 of Intro to Computers and Programming, via MIT OpenCoarseWare

Refernce: An advanced understanding of Algeberic equations is needed to comprehend this video. This process is much more efficient then utilization of the Biconversion Method. For reference only.

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