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COMPUTERCommonly Operated Machine Particularly Used for Technical Education and Research
COMPUTERCommon Operating Machine Purposely Used for Technological and Educational Research
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If a refurbisher can't return a computer to working order, they can break it down to component parts that can be reused, recycled or disposed of responsibly, he says.
A set of instructions for a computer is called a program.
Despite those differences, there are some very clear trends in computer use on campuses large and small, religious and secular, upper- and middle-class: Mobile computers such as personal digital assistants (PDAs), cell phones, laptops, and tablets are taking over as school staff and students use them to create mobile lifestyles.
In short, we need to ask what kind of learning tends to take place with the computer and what kind gets left out.
Yet e-mail, especially through message attachments, is a common way to spread viruses and one of the biggest computer security threats.
The final section, "Alternative Output," concerns the process where the consumer uses the computer to output information.
Worms are "self-contained" code or programs that have the goals of replicating themselves and compromising as many computers as they can reach with (increasingly) little or no intervention from the computer user.
Essential learning styles for the computer are auditory, visual, and kinesthetic (McCabe, 1983).
The other way to make your own CDs is to use your personal computer.
Computer users must be continuously vigilant and diligent to minimize any possible impact from viruses.
The office computer system needs to be secured from outside attempts to read or destroy confidential information.
At the heart of the connection between computer science and quantum physics is a knot invariant called the Jones polynomial, which associates a given knot with an array of numbers.
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