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  • Hidden Figures Film Analysis

    The movie entitled Hidden Figures directed by Theodore Melfi and written by Theodore Melfi and Allison Schroeder, based on a non-fiction book about three black female mathematicians who work at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) during the space race. The film also based on the true story of brilliant African-American black women. The film published on December 25th, 2016, and it's was American biological drama film. The main actor is Taraji P. Henson as Katherine Goble…

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  • Technology In The Cold War

    The Cold War: How the Icy Rivalry Gave Us Fiery Technology Throughout history, we have experienced many technological influences, inventions, and innovations, many of which have changed the world and how we live in it. Our modern era depends on new, cutting-edge technology, but few look back to the origin. Some people believe that war brings new technology, since war motivates. Whether in the form of a theory, weapon, tool, or all three, the Cold War stands true to this and but this and played…

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  • Non Parametric Tests Essay

    becomes difficult.  Less powerful for data which is normal  Less efficient for data which is normal. References Bradley., J. V (1968), Distribution Free Statistical Tests. Prentice Hall: Englewood Cliffs, NJ. Dallal GE (1988), "PITMAN: A FORTRAN Program for Exact Randomization Tests," Computers and Biomedical Research, 21, 9-15. Ellis JK Russell RM Makraurer FL and Schaefer EJ (1986), "Increased Risk for Vitamin A Toxicity in Severe Hypertriglyceridemia," Annals of Internal Medicine,…

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  • What Is The History Of Computer Essay

    History of Computers Computers became an essential part of life in the modern days. It is basically a machine that perform complex task with least human effort involved. Computer we know today started out simple and evolved with the advancement in technology and efficient manufacturing processes for the component inside. The first electronic computer created in 1947 and was call Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer, or ENAIC. It was created for military purposes and financially back by…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Interest In Computer Science

    As a kid, I was always considered smart. The very fact that my family and teachers always mentioned that I 'm intelligent made me work harder and try to explore a little beyond others. Science, in general, was always my primary interest. In the vast world of science, it is easy to build an interest in any of its branches. At that age, around 9-10, instead of being super interested in cartoons and animations, I was interested in science fiction movies, especially Hacker related. The amusement…

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  • Assignment 2: Technology Industry Analysis

    (ProQuest). Together their mission was to advance and improve software technology, make it easier, affordable and most importantly enjoyable for years to come. As time passed they created computer programming in different languages such as Basic and Fortran-80. During that time, Microsoft also worked with Apple to create a software for their computers. In 1980 they were able to produce GUI (graphical user interface) for Apple. In 1986 Microsoft introduced their own GUI product and called it…

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  • Advantages Of Computational Fluid Dynamics

    Finite difference, Finite volume methods and Finite element. Actually we have to break down our problem into small parts because the discretization is based on them. Then programs are written to solve, generally they written in typical languages like Fortran and C. The programs are run on workstation or supercomputers. Finally we get the simulation results which we can compare and analyze with experiments and real problems. If the results are not convincing to solve the problem we can repeat the…

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  • Medical Disease Diagnosis Essay

    CHAPTER 3 : PROBLEM FORMULATION 3.1 PROBLEM STATEMENT :- Real time problem faced in medical domain are to be analyzed and diagnose properly, so treatment should be started in timely manner. Risk due to disease or any disorder to be diagnosed to avoid the severe stage/condition. This thesis report defines the AI and AI Techniques used for medical disease diagnosis. This report involves how AI helps in medical diagnosis .Different computer based expert system, difficulties in medical diagnosis…

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  • Intel Xeon Phi Case Study

    parallelism and great execution. The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, which is created on the Intel MIC structural engineering generally runs a Linux working framework furthermore ready to run applications on other programming languages like C, C++, Fortran. The coprocessor executes the x86 memory request model and IEEE 754 skimming point math. The Intel Xeon Phi is outlined in such a route, to the point that alternate gadgets like compiler, debuggers, various libraries and so forth additionally…

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  • Grace Hopper's Life And Accomplishments

    Grace Hopper, born as Grace Murray on December 9, 1906 in New York City. She was known to be curious about how things worked throughout her life. When she was seven, she took apart an alarm clock to see how it worked, but couldn’t get it back together, so she took apart another and ran into the same problem, so she took apart another one. By the time she was done, she had taken apart seven alarm clocks. She probably would have torn apart more but her mother stopped her. She applied to Vassar…

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