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Research Work on the Software Engineering Techniques used in a Local Software Firm

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Sep 12, 2009
Research Completion date: 19th March 2008
Introduction   Software Engineering is an engineering discipline that is concerned with all aspects of software production from early stages of system specification to maintaining the system after it has gone into use. Software engineering is not just concerned with the... »read more
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What Is OEM?

by Tina S | Jan 5, 2010
An organization that markets a product composed of components and subsystems manufactured by other companies under its own name and brand.
  OEM stands for "original equipment manufacturer" and OEM software is a phrase that refers to software that is sold to computer builders and hardware manufacturers (OEMs) in large quantities, for the purpose of bundling with computer hardware. The third-party software that comes... »read more
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TCP packet life Cycle

by Tracy Pettigrue | Sep 28, 2009
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  Every Web page that we receive comes as a series of packets, and every e-mail we send leaves as a series of packets. Networks that ship data around in small packets are called packet switched networks. On the Internet, the network breaks an e-mail message into parts of a certain size... »read more
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Excerpt from the article: 'How to be a Programmer' - Part 2

by Penelope Truce | May 31, 2011
By Robert L Read
  Chapter 2: Beginner (...continued  from http://www.conveylive.com/a/How_to_be_a_Programmer_1) 2.2 Team Skills Why Estimation is Important To get a working software system in active use as quickly as possible requires not only planning the development, but also planning the... »read more
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Mouse - Input Device

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 3, 2009
Input Device
Mouse Definition: Mouse, is a common pointing device, popularized by its inclusion as standard equipment with the Apple Macintosh. The mouse is a small hand-operated device which is moved over a surface. It is a relative pointing device because there are no defined limits to the mouse's... »read more
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The BIOS (Basic Input/Output System)

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Sep 8, 2009
Bios in action
Introduction As you easily can see from my Mainboard Benchmark Results Table, the performance of the mainboard is highly depending on the memory timing you adjust in your BIOS setup. The settings you are able to change and the different values however differ a whole lot from chipset to... »read more
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Google changes to aid music searches

by Sandy Moore | Oct 30, 2009
The Internet's most popular search engine should get smarter about music, as Google updates the algorithms that power its searches this week, a company spokesman said. "You don't have to know what you're looking for," Google's Jennie Johnson said. "If it looks like they're... »read more
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Virus

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Sep 16, 2009
A computer virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer without the permission or knowledge of the owner. The term "virus" is also commonly but erroneously used to refer to other types of malware, adware, and spyware programs that do not have the reproductive... »read more
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Quantum Internet May Become a Reality

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | May 17, 2010
The physicists have invented what they are calling a 'quantum transistor.'
Do you think you have slow Internet access with DSL, cable, broadband, or satellite? Do you have internet speeds of 3, 6, 1Artwork: Chip Taylor2, or even 20Mbps? If you still think your Internet access is slow, then quantum Internet may be right for you. And that is exactly what physicists at the... »read more
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Graphic Adapters

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 3, 2009
CGA: The standard IBM CGA graphics card is equipped with 16 kilobytes of video memory, and could be connected either to a NTSC-compatible monitor or TV via an RCA jack, or to a dedicated RGBI CRT monitor. The CGA's maximum color depths of four bits... »read more
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