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Term Papers on Computers

Artificial Intelligence
Number of words: 2749 - Number of pages: 10

.... technology may be applied for positive identifications of individuals during financial transactions, such as automated banking transactions, telephone transactions , and home banking activities. This study focuses on academic research in neural network technology . This study was funded by the Banking Commission in its effort to deter fraud. Overview Recently, the thrust of studies into practical applications for artificial intelligence have focused on exploiting the expectations of both expert systems and neural network computers. In the artificia .....


Wire Pirates
Number of words: 1088 - Number of pages: 4

.... growth and enterprise - it's shoot first or be killed." To understand how the Internet, on which so many base their hopes for education, profit and international competitiveness, came to this pass, it can be instructive to look at the security record of other parts of the international communications infrastructure. The first, biggest error that designers seem to repeat is adoption of the "security through obscurity" strategy. Time and again, attempts to keep a system safe by keeping its vulnerabilities secret have failed. Consider, for example, the running .....


The Anti-Trust Case Against Microsoft
Number of words: 2573 - Number of pages: 10

.... European Commission in June of 1993. (Maldoom 1) Doing this stalled the investigations even more, until finally in August of 1993, (Check 1)the Federal Trade Commission decided to hand the case over to the Department of Justice. The Department of Justice moved quickly, with Anne K. Bingaman, head of the Antitrust Division of the DOJ, leading the way.(Check 1) The case was finally ended on July 15, 1994, with Microsoft signing a consent settlement.(Check 1) The settlement focused on Microsoft’s selling practices with computer manufacturers. Up until now, Micr .....


New Weapons And Technology In World War I
Number of words: 1966 - Number of pages: 8

.... ground by using armored motor vehicles. The Germans counteracted this by digging trenches across the roads of Germany. Some of the first armored vehicles were just normal cars converted in a tank. In 1915, Wolseley developed a thirty-cwt. lorry chassis with armored sides and a revolving turret with a Vickers-maxim machine gun. The first design of a tank known as “Little Willie” designed by Lieutenant W.G. Wilson and William Tritton. It consisted of an armored box encircled by caterpillar tracks. The first vehicle to be designed and completed as a tank wa .....


Telecommuting
Number of words: 1062 - Number of pages: 4

.... needed to operate this equipment will be reduced. The building and repair of highways and maintenance requires a large consumption of energy, not only in the operation of the highway construction and repair equipment, but also in the manufacture and transportation of the required materials. An increase in the percentage of people telecommuting to work will decrease the need for expanded highways and associated road maintenance. The first two areas related to getting to work. Once a person arrives at a central office working location, he or she represent .....


Will Computers Control Humans In The Future?
Number of words: 865 - Number of pages: 4

.... would rely on the computers rather than "try to memorize enough to match someone else who knows" (Nine Tomorrows, Profession 55). People would not chose to study, they would only want to be educated by computer tapes. Putting in knowledge would take less time than reading books and memorizing something that would take almost no time using a computer in the futuristic world that Asimov describes. Humans might began to rely on computers and allow them to control themselves by letting computers educate people. Computers would start teaching humans what computers .....


History Of The Intel Corporation
Number of words: 416 - Number of pages: 2

.... countries including Europe and the Phillipines in the early 70's. From 1969 to 1970 Intel's revenues went up by almost four-million dollars! Today, Intel is one of the biggest companies pulling in billions and billions of dollars each year. Intel has had many factors over the years that has allowed it to monopolize the computer industry thus resulting in small competition. First of all, Intel is almost 25 years ahead of it's competitors. Therefore, most companies are just starting out and have little or no effect on Intel's sales. Another reason is obvi .....


The History And Development Of Computers
Number of words: 1942 - Number of pages: 8

.... the hundred's place moved one notch and so on. The drawback to the Pascaline, of course, was its limitation to addition. In 1694, a German mathematician named Gottfried Wilhem von Leibniz, improved the Pascaline by creating a machine that could also multiply. Leibniz's mechanical multiplier worked by a system of gears and dials. By studying Pascal's original notes and drawings, Leibniz was able to refine his machine. It wasn't until 1820 that mechanical calculators gained widespread use. Charles Xavier Thomas de Colmar, a Frenchman, invented a machine that c .....



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