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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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This collection of fifty-nine essays on information technologies, representing the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Information and Computing Science held in Liverpool, England in July, 2012, showcases current scholarship in variety of subject areas relating to hardware and software development and testing.
"If you want more females in computing science, you need to radically change the curriculum," he said.
Resources include scholarly articles with wide applicability and potential impact as well as multimedia and visualization resources, laboratory materials, and other materials of practical use in support of learning in the computing sciences.
Activities that are able to contextualise the skills learned, promoting various digital tech or computing science career pathways, are of particular interest.
But since she returned to St Mungo's as a computing science teacher, she has inspired pupils with her passion for her subject and turned them into digital leaders.
Visitors got to create mini marvels themselves too, and enjoyed meeting the makers, such as the Angel of the North Amateur Radio Club and computing science student Harry Large.
Housing Newcastle University's school of computing science, the The PS58million development on the doorstep of St James' Park will be a world first, bringing together a range of research disciplines under one roof.
Int'l Conference on Materials Science and Computing Science (2011: Wuhan, China) Ed.
"We were pleased Debenhams appreciated our computer-generated jokes and hope any future collaboration will help bring our work to a wider audience," the Scotsman quoted , Dr Judith Masthoff, senior lecturer in Aberdeen's Department of Computing Science, as saying.
International Conference on Information and Computing Science (2d: 2009: Manchester, England) Ed.
Howard Alper, FCIC, president of the Royal Society of Canada, nominated Simon Fraser University computing science professor Stella Atkins as the Canadian representative to NATO advisory panel on computer networking.
University principal, Sir Stewart Sutherland, said a review was now under way of the practical part of the computing science course to try and prevent a repeat of the mass cheating.

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