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MATHEMATICAL SCIENTISTS
COMPUTER SECURITY MANAGERS
BASIC CATEGORY THEORY
COMPUTER SPECIALISTS
FASTEST GROWING OCCUPATIONS
THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENTISTS
GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYSTS
UNIVERSITY
TIMES
WIDE RANGE
SUBJECT
PROBLEM
ADVANCE
PROGRAMS
COLLABORATION
CONTRIBUTIONS
SYSTEM
COMPUTING
GENETICISTS
INTEREST
THEORY
COMMON KNOWLEDGE
SYSTEMS
WRITTEN
TEAM
SOFTWARE ENGINEERS
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
COMPUTER SCIENCE
COMPUTATIONAL THINKING
DATABASE ADMINISTRATORS
RESEARCHERS
GREAT INTEREST
PEOPLE
CATEGORY THEORY
COMPUTERS
PSYCHOLOGISTS
BRAIN
COMPLEX SYSTEM
LOOSELY
NEURAL NETWORKS
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
PHYSICISTS
CHEMISTS
BIOLOGISTS
WORK
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Definitions

  1. See ASCII. Computer scientists are working to improve computers so that they can respond to natural language.

Mathematical Scientists

  1. Like research physicists and computer scientists, research statisticians are mathematical scientists. (Web site)

Computer Security Managers

  1. It is heavily read by system administrators, and computer security managers, as well as computer scientists and engineers. (Web site)

Basic Category Theory

  1. Basic category theory for computer scientists.

Computer Specialists

  1. These computer specialists include computer scientists, database administrators, and network systems and data communication analysts.

Fastest Growing Occupations

  1. Computer scientists and database administrators are expected to be among the fastest growing occupations through 2014. (Web site)

Theoretical Computer Scientists

  1. This monoid is denoted by Σ * by theoretical computer scientists and called the "free monoid over Σ" by mathematicians. (Web site)
  2. Although mereotopology is a mathematical theory, we owe its subsequent development to logicians and theoretical computer scientists.

Good Communication Skills

  1. Computer scientists and computer engineers must be able to think logically and have good communication skills.
  2. Systems analysts, computer scientists, and database administrators must be able to think logically and have good communication skills.
  3. Computer scientists and database administrators must be able to think logically and have good communication skills. (Web site)

Computer Systems Analysts

  1. Computer systems analysts, database administrators, and computer scientists are expected to be among the fastest growing occupations through 2012. (Web site)
  2. Computer systems analysts, database administrators, and computer scientists must be able to think logically and have good communication skills.

University

  1. Computer scientists at the University of Essex want to build a model driverless car as a prototype for the real thing.

Times

  1. Computer scientists use probabilistic analysis techniques, especially expected value, to determine expected average running times. (Web site)

Wide Range

  1. These workers-computer systems analysts, computer scientists, and database administrators-include a wide range of computer specialists.

Subject

  1. The next volume for our growing mastery of the subject is Basic category theory for computer scientists.

Problem

  1. Since then, thousands of computer scientists, engineers, hobbyists, chess players, and even commercial organizations had worked on the problem. (Web site)

Advance

  1. Computer scientists employed in private industry may advance into managerial or project leadership positions. (Web site)

Programs

  1. Computer scientists who work with software can be involved in the development of new software (programs) or in the maintenance of existing systems.
  2. Later, computer scientists started using categories where the objects represent data types and the morphisms represent programs. (Web site)

Collaboration

  1. Barry Wellman has often worked in collaboration with computer scientists, communication scientists and information scientists.

Contributions

  1. This volume contains major contributions by leading logicians, analytic philosophers, linguists and computer scientists. (Web site)

System

  1. Other computer scientists include workers who are involved in analysis, application, or design of a particular system or piece of the system.
  2. Political scientists are more optimistic of e-voting systems than computer scientists, as long as voters trust the system. (Web site)

Computing

  1. It contains peer-reviewed articles and other contribitions on the history of computing by computer scientists and historians.
  2. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM): Focusing on the science of computing, the ACM is the traditional professional home of computer scientists.

Geneticists

  1. A number of microbiologists, geneticists, theoretical biologists, mathematicians, and computer scientists are saying there is more to life than Darwinism.

Interest

  1. For mathematicians, computer scientists and database engineers, with an interest in applications of algebra and logic. (Web site)
  2. The book will be of interest to computer scientists and artists engaged with natural computing techniques applied to art, music and design. (Web site)

Theory

  1. Whereas computer scientists emphasize the application of theory, computer engineers emphasize the building of prototypes, although there is much crossover. (Web site)
  2. For computer scientists it is a theory on the interplay of computer architecture and algorithms for real-number calculations.

Common Knowledge

  1. Computer scientists grew an interest in the subject of epistemic logic in general--and of common knowledge in particular--starting from the 1980s.

Systems

  1. Computer scientists use languages incorporating epistemic logics (and common knowledge) to reason about distributed systems. (Web site)
  2. Because computer technology is embedded in so many products, services, and systems, computer scientists can be found in almost every industry. (Web site)

Written

  1. This stimulated a flurry of interest among computer scientists and a massive number of RFC s were written in the period between 1971 and 1975.

Team

  1. Much of this work was done in collaboration with Jim Gray of Microsoft Research and a team of astronomers and computer scientists at Johns Hopkins. (Web site)

Software Engineers

  1. I highly recommend it to software engineers and other computer scientists who desire a good foundation in computer security topics.

Artificial Intelligence

  1. Finally, game theory has recently drawn attention from computer scientists because of its use in artificial intelligence and cybernetics.

Computer Science

  1. The workshop is aimed at computer scientists and mathematicians who share an interest in the mathematical foundations of computer science. (Web site)

Computational Thinking

  1. Computational thinking is a fundamental skill for everyone, not just for computer scientists. (Web site)

Database Administrators

  1. Computer systems analysts, database administrators, and computer scientists held about 979,000 jobs in 2002; including about 89,000 who were self-employed. (Web site)
  2. Systems analysts, computer scientists, and database administrators held about 887,000 jobs in 2000, including about 71,000 who were self-employed.
  3. Computer scientists and database administrators held about 507,000 jobs in 2004, including about 66,000 who were self-employed. (Web site)

Researchers

  1. Computer scientists can work as theorists, researchers, or inventors.

Great Interest

  1. This is a large field, of great interest to computer scientists and others outside mathematics. (Web site)

People

  1. This is a list of computer scientists, people who do work in computer science, in particular researchers and authors.

Category Theory

  1. This document provides an introduction to the interaction between category theory and mathematical logic which is slanted towards computer scientists. (Web site)

Computers

  1. Intuitionistic logic has come to be of great interest to computer scientists, as it is a constructive logic, and is hence a logic of what computers can do. (Web site)
  2. In order to perform a rigorous study of computation, computer scientists work with a mathematical abstractions of computers called a model of computation.

Psychologists

  1. Psychologists and computer scientists like to talk about analysis and common sense as if they were salt and steel, or apples and oranges.

Brain

  1. The computational functions of the brain are studied both by neuroscientists and computer scientists.

Complex System

  1. Many computer scientists see the Internet as a "prime example of a large-scale, highly engineered, yet highly complex system" (Willinger, et al).

Loosely

  1. Computer scientists have produced simulated " artificial neural networks " loosely based on the structure of neuron connections in the brain.

Neural Networks

  1. Computer scientists have produced computer systems called neural networks that are loosely based on the structure of neuron connections in the brain. (Web site)

Electrical Engineers

  1. That is why systems biologists are as likely to be computer scientists or electrical engineers as molecular biologists. (Web site)
  2. The ISE team includes computer scientists, electrical engineers, and cryptographers.

Physicists

  1. Undergraduate book introduces quantum information and computation for physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists.
  2. For example, engineers, computer scientists, physicists, and economists are among those who use mathematics extensively. (Web site)

Chemists

  1. Geneticists need to talk to chemists, physiologists to physicists, cell biologists to computer scientists.
  2. Drexler's vision inspired a generation of chemists, computer scientists, and engineers to focus on science at the nanoscale. (Web site)

Biologists

  1. Each major project needs the skills of engineers, lawyers, economists, computer scientists, biologists, and social scientists in different combinations.
  2. This section is opinionated; there are people in the field, both computer scientists and biologists, who I would love to provoke (or convert). (Web site)

Work

  1. Computer scientists work as theorists, researchers, or inventors.
  2. Computer systems analysts, database administrators, and computer scientists normally work in offices or laboratories in comfortable surroundings. (Web site)
  3. Computer scientists and database administrators normally work in offices or laboratories in comfortable surroundings.

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