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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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Jeremy Kun, a theoretical computer scientist at the University of Illinois at Chicago, warns that "it's going to take a while for everyone to sort through the details." But he came away impressed after attending the packed seminar.
Academic computer scientists, who sought respect from traditional scientists and engineers for their discipline, loathed a lack of rigor in application programming and feared a software crisis.
These intelligent computer scientists will create impressive, pricey systems, parts of which will trickle down to my level.
Washington, May 21 (ANI): Computer scientists have created a life-sized robot that can read notice boards and signs.
Communications engineering; essentials for computer scientists and electrical engineers.
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Now, in a new use for a preexisting methodology, Raj Acharya and Jyotsna Kasturi, two computer scientists at The Pennsylvania State University, have applied a mathematical approach called Kullback-Leibler (KL) clustering to the identification of patterns in microarray data.
The journal will target physicists, chemists, mathematicians, biologists, computer scientists and engineers.
To harness the vast information flow generated each day, computer scientists are developing sophisticated software that can instantly mine streaming data without ever needing to archive it.
The announcement marked the culmination of a 4 year effort by NIST computer scientists, who organized an international competition in a drive to develop this strong information encryption formula to protect sensitive information in federal computer systems into the 21st century.

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