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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.
See also: science
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The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-2017 by subject shows that the University is among the best for Computing Sciences, placing it 76th in the world.
Editors-in-Chief of JERIC are Lillian (Boots) Cassel, (Department of Computing Sciences, Villanova University) and Edward A.
As part of the USB facilities, the School of Computing Science will have an advanced, 312 seat teaching, group study and computer lab space with cutting edge display, presentation and group work facilities.
What we thought was going to be the job of the telephone companies has fallen to the computing science community.
The PS58m Urban Sciences Building, which will house Newcastle University's school of computing science and forms part of Newcastle's PS250m Science Central, was given planning permission at a meeting of Newcastle City Council's planning committee.
Professor Anil Wipat, from Newcastle University's school of computing science, is leading its side of the project.
The Joint International Conference on Information and Computing Science and Modelling and Simulation is an amalgam of conferences on information and computing science and on modeling and simulation, which has successfully met four times now.
Dr Judith Masthoff, from Aberdeen University 's department of computing science, revealed the software used was initially developed to help children with disabilities like cerebral palsy build on their language skills.
While medical student Mr Maitland devised the early concept for Mediwikis during a research year in MSc Neuroinformatics, Alex Brown, a computing science and computer games engineering graduate from Newcastle University is helping develop the website and mobile applications.
It's a book that will work well with most math or computing science courses, on a subject that pertains to graph theory, point set topology, elementary number theory, linear algebra, analysis, probability theory, geometry, group theory, and game theory, among many other topics.
The pair, from Boldon, in South Tyneside, have both gained honours degrees in computing science from Newcastle University.
Computing science undergraduate Andrew, plus two other students from Sheffield and Hull, won the the UK final against more than 4500 competitors.

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