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  • Access To The Unix Xenix Systems
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    In the following file, all references made to the name Unix, may also be substituted to the Xenix operating system. Brief history: Back in the early sixties, during the development of third generation computers at MIT, a group of programmers studying the potential of computers, discovered their ability of performing two or more tasks simultaneously. Bell Labs, taking notice of this discovery, provided funds for their developmental scientists to investigate into this new frontier. After about 2 y...
  • Windows 95 Graphical User Interface
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    Cognitive Artifacts & Windows 95 The article on Cognitive Artifacts by David A. Norman deals with the theories and principles of artifacts as they relate to the user during execution and completion of tasks. These principles and theories that Norman speaks about may be applied to any graphical user interface, however I have chosen to relate the article to the interface known as Windows 95. Within Windows 95, Microsoft has included a little tool called the wizard that guides us through the steps ...
  • Oer User Interface 3 1 7 2
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    Project 5: Good Neighbors Campaign Project Description: Develop a database to keep track of 20 data points for each of USC's 10,000 employees for the past 10 years (and years to come). This database would need to have the ability to generate reports based on various queries in order to answer questions about donation trends among the University employees. Team Members: David Stark David Jena Steven Cao Jamal Mani Contact: Aggie AfarineshCampaign Finance Manager / Program Specialist Office of Ext...
  • Code Division Multiple Access Technology
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    Since 1989, the wireless industry began to explore by adapting digital technology replacing the existing analog network as a means of improving capacity due to the increase of wireless service demands. Digital has a number of advantages over analog transmission: o Economizes on bandwidth o Allows easy integration with personal communication systems (PCS) devices o Maintains superior quality of voice transmission over long distances o Difficult to decode o Can use lower average transmitter power ...
  • Systems Data To Kontora 2000
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    KONTORA 2000 PURPOSE The purpose of the information system KONTORA 2000 is to provide organizations with information, which is necessary to perform routine processes, planning, organizing, control and evaluation of work as well as improvement of personnel performance. The main goal during KONTORA 2000 development stage was to create and implement a system, which can provide help in collecting, gathering, structuring and organizing data about the ingoing and outgoing correspondence, processed by ...
  • Way The User
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    The system has to be geared towards a particular sector of people. For the Johnson Corporation the most likely users would be professional business people. Users that would be most likely to make use of a live news update system have been decided to be people interested in the upkeep of stocks and shares. A constantly updating news ticker would be very useful to them, as it would allow them to maintain a close watch over their interests. It is fair to assume that professional business people hav...
  • Security Threats The Uas System
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    Executive Summary The Unified Authentication Scheme to support all UK University does have potential benefits. The system allows registered staff and students to access the university resource at any computer facilities available, as long as the user has been granted with the access. It creates a centralised control of user access, which can reduce the computer support provided within the local university departments. The scale of the implementation is enormous as the requirements of the system ...
  • Operating System As A Running Program
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    Operating System a program that acts as an intermediate between a user and the computer hardware controls all computer's resource (memory, harddisk (s), ... ) create a base for user level application so that user-level programmer don't have to worry about the hardware facility, e.g. in using 'printf'. Components inside Operating System (Four Basic Components) Process Management (Scheduler) Creation and deletion of both user and system processes Scheduling of the processes Keep track the status o...

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