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computer science

1. The development, configuration, and architecture of computer hardware and software.
2. The study of computer hardware and software.
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Lead researchers Stephen Cox and Jake Newman of UEA's School of Computing Sciences developed the novel system by statistical modelling of the lip motions made by a group of 23 bilingual and trilingual speakers.
Delivery will be to Higginson Building, Engineering and Computing Sciences, Durham University.
Chen, associate dean of Engineering and Computing Sciences and director of the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, the installed vertical axis wind turbines will create opportunities for learning, research, and innovation to apply engineering principles to real-world wind power generation.
The Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences organization manages one of the world's leading supercomputing centers and has extensive experience in deploying leading-edge computer architectures to accelerate scientific discovery.
Author Veerendra Nayak is an expert in computing sciences, physics, mathematics, cyber crime and corporate liability; he explains the critical importance of logical application to the process of running a successful business.
vice president of Information and Computing Sciences at SRI International.
Vinay Chaudhri, program director in SRI's Information and Computing Sciences Division (along with Deborah Frazier, a teacher from Monta Vista High School in Silicon Valley, who is currently working with SRI) will present Inquire: A Textbook with Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.
The focus is on two areas of critical importance in the 21st century: computing sciences and computational biology.
Bill Mark, Vice President, Information and Computing Sciences Division, SRI International
It facilitates all entrepreneurial activities at FIU with the support of the College of Business Administration, the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences, and the College of Arts & Sciences.
BOSTON, March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- In a project that exemplifies the genius of great design and the power of great design software, the $68 million Theory and Computing Sciences Building at Argonne National Laboratory was designed by just two architects using ArchiCAD Building Information Modeling (BIM) software.
com in SRI's Information and Computing Sciences Division studies the logical foundation of scalable systems that are beyond the scope of traditional testing or simulation, and builds and applies efficient high-level tools for rigorous mechanical analysis.

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