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  • Development Of Computer Science In Two Countries
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    THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTERS IN UKRAINE AND THE FORMER USSR The government and the authorities had paid serious attention to the development of the computer industry right after the Second World War. The leading bodies considered this task to be one of the principal for the national economy. Up to the beginning of the 1950's there were only small productive capacities which specialized in the producing accounting and account-perforating (punching) machines. The electronic numerical computer engi...
  • Sophisticated Computer Graphics Software For Commercial Studios
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    The purpose of this report is to explorer the evolution of computer animation and how far it has come by representing its beginning and what has been done to create the animations we see on a daily basis. The computer graphic industry is still being developed and there is much more to come as technology advances. Hollywood has gone digital, and the old ways of doing computer animation are dying. Television networks, advertisers, and movie studios have embraced animation and special effects creat...
  • Kurzweil Technologies
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    ... Swanson, (deceased), Chairman of K & E Management, Ltd., for his foresight and leadership in recognizing the commercial promise recombinant DNA technology and his seminal role in the establishment and development of the biotechnology industry. Robert Taylor, retired, for visionary leadership in the development of modern computing technology, including the ARPAnet, the personal computer and the graphical user interface. Symbol Technologies, Inc., for creating the global market for laser bar c...
  • Way For The Development Of Tcp Ip
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    The Network Working Group's development of open technical documentation - the RFC - was a necessary step to technical advancement. Steve Crocker explains the importance of openness in a developmental situation:' The environment we were operating in was one of open research. The only payoff available was to have good work recognized and used. Software was generally considered free. Openness wasn't an option; it just was. ' (Crocker, 1993 c) The NWG's work was important (THE?) to the development o...
  • Life In Computers
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    Artificial life (commonly called a-life) is the term applied collectively to attempts being made to develop mathematical models and computer simulations of the ways in which living organisms develop, grow, and evolve. Researchers in this burgeoning field hope to gain deeper insights into the nature of organic life as well as into the further possibilities of COMPUTER science and robotics (see ROBOT). A-life techniques are also being used to explore the origins and chemical processes of metabolis...
  • Affect Of Computers On Children's Development
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    Computers are woven into every aspect of our lives. From the microwave oven that small children can learn to use to heat up a hot dog, to the computers under the hoods of our cars, we interact with computers whether we realise it or not. (Campbell, 1999). But when it comes to the education of our children, the use of computers becomes a controversial issue. Of course, as stated above, computers are an everyday tool in the education of children, but the question being asked is, what effect do the...
  • Introduction Of The Gui Apple Computers
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    Many modern businessmen and computer industry analysts view the 1976 turn down of Apple Computers offer by IBM as the most irrational thing that the management of IBM could ever do. The management board, and especially the direct supervisor of Stephen Gary Wozniak, who together with his partner Steven Paul Jobs invented Apple 1, the first of the Apple computers now known as Macintosh, did not realize the potential of the employees proposal and idea. The situation that occurred almost 30 years ag...
  • Military's Need For The Computer
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    Introduction Computers affect the lives of nearly everyone living today. No matter where it is that someone calls their home; there is almost a certainty that they have some sort of daily interaction with computers or some kind of computer driven device. Every morning, millions of people of every field imaginable go off to work and start up their computers. These daily activities occur often without much thought, but there are more than just minor factors that have led up to the development of t...
  • Hack Into The Enemy's Civil Computer System
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    When the first computer was built some decades ago, it was capable of doing simple calculations and other basic tasks. The engineers had no idea what the future would bring within the world of computers. Their invention was the first step in a major professional and personal transformation in the industrialized world. Computers invaded in the following decades the lives of most people in various work saving machines and in the middle of the Eighties also in the form of Personal Computers (PCs). ...
  • Development Of Computers
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    Kenny Rogers Mr. Layman October 14, 2001 Computers Computers have been around for thousands of years. When you think of computers you probably only think of the one at your house or at the library. You usually don't think about the computers that were used long ago. They were simple, but they were the beginning to what we have today. Through the years computers progressed and we were able to accomplish more and more. Our lives have been impacted greatly because of what we can do with computers t...
  • Jacquard's Punched Card
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    The first all-electronic compute, based on vacuum tubes, was developed in 1946 by J. Prosper Eckert and John W. Mauchly of the University of Pennsylvania. Ata his computer could make calculation a thousand times faster than earlier devices". The Macintosh must be running system software version 7.5 or higher and be equipped with a drive that supports Apple PC Exchange. 1 Save your Windows file to a 3.5-inch floppy disk or a CD-ROM. 2 Insert the floppy disk in the Macintosh floppy disk drive. 3 C...
  • World Of Computers
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    The Bill Gates Bill Gates The Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft William Gates was born in October 28, 1955. He lived in Seattle with his father who is a Seattle attorney, his mother who was a chairwoman of United Way International, and his two sisters. He began programming when he was 13 yrs. old. In 1973, while attending Harvard, Gates created BASIC- a version of a program language that can be used on the 1st microcomputer- MITS Altair. Two years later he & his childhood friend...

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