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MUSIC
COMPUTER ANIMATION
COMPUTER CHESS
COMPUTER DEVICES
PROGRAMS THEMSELVES
GENETIC PROGRAMMING
SINGLE ORBIT
SIGALRM
LONG ALGEBRAIC NOTATION
UNAUTHORIZED COMPUTER PROGRAMS
SMALL COMPUTER PROGRAMS
NORMAL COMPUTER PROGRAMS
FIRST COMPUTER PROGRAMS
EXISTING COMPUTER PROGRAMS
SINGLE COMPUTER
MALICIOUS COMPUTER PROGRAMS
FAVORITE COMPUTER PROGRAMS
TIME
ENGINEERS
FLIGHT
SET
FORMULAS
DEVELOPED
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
METHOD
SOLVING
XML
PROCESSOR
COURTS
SYSTEM SOFTWARE
DEVICE
INPUT
HUMANS
HELP
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INFORMATION
PROCESSES
WRITING
LITERARY
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LOGIC
VERIFICATION
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MODIFICATION
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    This Review contains major "Computer Programs"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Computer programs are often written by people (known as computer programmers), but may also be generated by other programs - an example of metaprogramming.
  2. Computer programs are protected as literary works within the meaning of Article 2 of the Berne Convention. (Web site)
  3. Computer programs are also known as software, applications programs, system software or simply programs.
  4. Computer programs are available to help instruct speed reading students. (Web site)
  5. Computer programs are generally created as source code. (Web site)

Whether

  1. We must decide whether and to what extent these elements of computer programs are protected by copyright law. (Web site)

Music

  1. So far 6 million people have logged on, to download pictures, video, music and computer programs.

Computer Animation

  1. Shaders are computer programs that determine the final look of what you see on the screen when you're looking at computer animation. (Web site)

Computer Chess

  1. The horizon problem in computer programs for playing board games (for example, computer chess) is a problem that arises when search depth is fixed.

Computer Devices

  1. Resources include individual files or items data, computer programs, computer devices and functionality provided by computer applications. (Web site)

Programs Themselves

  1. These items represent products of computer programs, rather than the programs themselves, and fall under the copyright rubric of audiovisual works. (Web site)

Genetic Programming

  1. Genetic programming extends the genetic algorithm to the domain of computer programs. (Web site)

Single Orbit

  1. Dr. Marsden has computer programs that compute whether an apparition tied together previous apparitions into a single orbit. (Web site)

Sigalrm

  1. Computer programs often use SIGALRM to make a long-running action time out, or to provide a way of performing an action at regular intervals.

Long Algebraic Notation

  1. Some computer programs (and people) use a variant of algebraic chess notation, termed long algebraic notation or fully expanded algebraic notation.

Unauthorized Computer Programs

  1. Don't use unauthorized computer programs to submit pages, check rankings, etc.

Small Computer Programs

  1. Computer programmers have developed several network utilities — small computer programs utilised to test various aspects of computer networks.

Normal Computer Programs

  1. Trojan horses are programs disguised as normal computer programs that instead cause damage to the host computer when run.

First Computer Programs

  1. In 1957, MUSIC, one of the first computer programs to play electronic music, was created by Max Mathews at Bell Laboratories. (Web site)

Existing Computer Programs

  1. Computational chemists, in contrast, may simply apply existing computer programs and methodologies to specific chemical questions. (Web site)

Single Computer

  1. Viruses are computer programs that are designed to spread themselves from one file to another on a single computer.

Malicious Computer Programs

  1. Though these terms are often used interchangeably, they refer to different types of malicious computer programs.

Favorite Computer Programs

  1. BSD 3D Graphics PortableApps Now you can carry your favorite computer programs along with all of your bookmarks, settings, email and more with you.

Time

  1. By contrast, compiled computer programs need not have the compiler present at the time of execution. (Web site)

Engineers

  1. As such, heat exchangers are most often selected via computer programs, either by system designers, who are typically engineers, or by equipment vendors. (Web site)

Flight

  1. Rendezvous sensors and computer programs were flight tested for the first time. (Web site)

Set

  1. Nevertheless, the ongoing discussion has set in motion a number of official conferences debating the patent status of computer programs. (Web site)

Formulas

  1. The formulas for the estimate of the standard error can be simple or complex, but fortunately, there are computer programs to do this for us. (Web site)

Developed

  1. Computer programs have been developed to estimate the value of the model coefficients and their standard errors. (Web site)
  2. Several computer programs have been developed to guide warfarin dosing. (Web site)

Programming Language

  1. The C programming language is a popular and widely used programming language for creating computer programs. (Web site)

Method

  1. In 1998, it issued a patent for a method to eliminate problems associated with the year 2000 date change in computer programs.

Solving

  1. Instead, we transform the mathematical model into a numerical one, solving it by means of computer programs. (Web site)
  2. Several computer programs have been written to perform various functions, such as, among other things, solving the Cube or animating it.

Xml

  1. XML greatly increases the ability of the user to exercise control over computer programs, by editing easily understandable text files. (Web site)

Processor

  1. In operation, the computer programs 30 and 32 are loaded from memory 24 and program instructions are generated for execution by the processor 20. (Web site)

Courts

  1. This is not because the courts have misinterpreted copyright law, but because copyright law cannot be successfully applied to computer programs. (Web site)

System Software

  1. Computer programs may be categorized along functional lines: system software and application software. (Web site)

Device

  1. A device driver, or software driver is a computer program allowing higher-level computer programs to interact with a computer hardware device.

Input

  1. Some computer programs expect input from the user (for example, a Web page form might accept phone numbers from prospective customers). (Web site)

Humans

  1. Another unsolved problem in the field is how to create computer programs that can understand language as well as humans.

Help

  1. PopLA is a set of computer programs that help analyze textures in materials. (Web site)
  2. Only lately have computer programs like X-design or high end engine simulation programs been able to help in this process.

Aid

  1. Alternatively, computer programs may be executed with the aid of an interpreter, or may be embedded directly into hardware. (Web site)

Information

  1. Many countries have expanded the definition of a "literary work" to include computer programs or other electronically stored information.

Processes

  1. This theme covers research on architectures for human mental states and processes, as well as recreating them in computer programs. (Web site)

Writing

  1. The issue of plagiarism applies to any type of work, including exams, papers, or other writing, computer programs, art, photography, or video.
  2. Just as virus writers are not a homogenous group of individuals, other reasons for writing such irritating or destructive computer programs are varied.

Literary

  1. Literary property includes books, articles, poetry, movie scripts, computer programs, and any writing which lends itself to publication or use.

Law

  1. Software or computer programs are not explicitly mentioned in United States patent law. (Web site)

Business

  1. Statistical consulting for business, law, casinos,and gaming industry, specializing in sampling, probability models, and custom computer programs.

Logic

  1. It focuses on techniques for developing the logic required to solve problems and how that logic is translated into writing effective computer programs. (Web site)
  2. Formal languages, such as logic and computer programs, are precise, but what they express so precisely may have no relationship to what the author intended. (Web site)

Verification

  1. More than two decades ago, Pnueli in a seminal work showed the value of temporal logic in the specification and verification of computer programs. (Web site)

Behavior

  1. Computer program analysis is the process of automatically analysing the behavior of computer programs. (Web site)

Modification

  1. As such, these computer programs may be executed without modification on any computer that is able to run an implementation of the Java runtime environment. (Web site)

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