Computer Science: New Generations

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GRIN Verlag, 2009 - 114 pages
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Anthology from the year 2009 in the subject Computer Science - Miscellaneous, language: English, abstract: Computer Science is playing an increasingly important role in the frontiers of society and in the advancement of technology today. It is now regarded as a distinct multidisciplinary branch of science whose relevance and importance become stronger and stronger. With the unprecedented growth of computer power (in terms of speed, memory etc.), and simultaneously developments of efficient and smart algorithms and codes, it is now possible to develop applications that one decade ago only visionaries have dreamt of. A synergy amongst a wide variety of disciplines such as Physics, Chemistry, Metallurgy, Geology, Biology, Computer Science and Information Technology is gradually coming to a reality, because of the advancements in technology. This book bundles some outstanding research articles analyzing the future of computer science. From UNIVAC Computer to Evolutionary Programming and Byzantine Fault Tolerance many topics are covered from the field of computer science and related disciplines.
 

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Contents

Preamble
3
A Methodology for the Synthesis of the UNIVAC Computer
10
An Exploration of 802 11B
18
Developing Kernels Using Mobile Models
25
Synthesizing Robots and XML
32
Analyzing DNS and Evolutionary Programming Using Morrot
40
Deconstructing the Partition Table
47
The Influence of Metamorphic Modalities on Electrical Engineering
54
ForwardError Correction Considered Harmful
61
On the Analysis of FlipFlop Gates that Would Allow for Further Study into Massive
68
Decoupling IPv4 from Thin Clients in MultiProcessors
75
Developing Byzantine Fault Tolerance and DHTs with SorelEnder
81
A Methodology for the Investigation of the Ethernet
88
An Understanding of the Lookaside Buffer
95
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