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  • Computer Science I - 1,213 words
    At times great thinkers, philosophers, and educators of a given society tend te precipitate and ingenually costruct beliefs or theories about existing citizens in their society. These theories are usually based on specific traits, usually psychological, that certain people in their society may express. The studies and investigations of great thinkers such as Sigmund Freud, Carl Rodgers, and B.F. Skinner attempt to solidify, in terms of applicability, theories related to the guidance/counseling situation in modern school systems. The examination of my thesis will include consideration of the purpose of guidance in schools by each theorist, and will attempt to describe how pupil personnel serv ...
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  • Computer Science I - 1,255 words
    ... d. The guidance program and pupil personnel services based on behaviorism would consist primarily of a system of rewards and punishments. If there is any place for such a program in the schools, it would clearly be most applicable in cases in which a student is a trouble maker and is making trouble in order to receive attention. The behaviorist would impose a system of rewards and punishments in which undesirable behavior is punished and desirable behavior is rewarded. In all but the earliest grades, however, it is unlikely that such a system would have little success, if any at all. As Dyer, Piaget, Maeroff and others indicate, rewards/punishment systems in schools have not proved succe ...
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  • Computer Science Ethics - 836 words
    The purpose of this article is to state the issues in computer ethics and the integration of these into the Information Technology curriculum. This article states the facts in an unbiased manner. It brings up points from both sides; the advocation of the ethics course and the probability that many of these issues wont even be relevant to your job. A systems analyst becomes aware of illegal activity- fraud, money laundering, tax evasion- at his company. After a late night of work, the analyst breaks the networks security code and examines confidential. A few days later, an envelope containing several thousand dollars appears on his desk(Pliagas, p.39 et seq.). This is one of the many scenari ...
    Related: code of ethics, computer, computer ethics, computer science, ethics, science curriculum
  • Career In Computer Science And Programming - 529 words
    In the year 1995, our family received their first ever computer. It was a Pentium I with a 75 MHz processor, 64 MB ram, a 16x CD-Rom, a 5-gigabyte hard drive, and Windows 95 operating system. I thought it was the coolest thing man has come to know. It had games, and a completely new world called the internet. Not only could you talk to people from all around the world, but also you could watch streaming videos, view pictures, and send e-mails with attached files. It was like the worlds fastest postal service. From that moment forward, I was intrigued and in mesmerized by computers, and that led to me choosing to spend the rest of my life with them. Ever since the birth of the first computer, ...
    Related: computer, computer engineering, computer programming, computer science, programming, programming language, programming languages
  • Computer Science Terms: - 1,140 words
    Composite structure: the size of a typical software system implies that it must be broken down into manageable pieces of this Composition: the process of building a system using simpler parts or components Abstraction: the process of ignoring details irrelevant to the problem at hand and emphasizing essential ones. To abstract is to disregard certain differentiating details Data: the info the program deals with Functionality: what the program does with the data, the responsibility of the object to do Object: the most abstract description of a basic component of an object oriented system Values: a fundamental piece of info that can be manipulated by the program Types: a set of related values ...
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  • Letter Of Recommendation - 418 words
    Letter of Recommendation for Raj Rishi Chatterjee I should like to write a few words in support of Mr. Raj Rishi Chatterjee's application for graduate admission in your department. He is interested in pursuing his graduate work in the broad area of Computer Science. I have known Raj Rishi for two years. For two semesters, he was a student in my "Computer Systems and Organization" Class and laboratory course. In all the two semesters, he was one of my top students. I found him hard working and diligent to do the work assigned. More importantly, he is able to plan and organize his work efficiently. During the oral examinations, I found that he was perceptive and able to think logically. He als ...
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  • Genesis, Your Vision For The Future - 2,179 words
    ... ows based programs sitting unsold on the shelf; sales seemed to be concentrated in a handful of hit software. Moreover, it was the practice of many retailers to sell newly stocked programs for fully set price only for 30 to 60 days, after which they were sold at a discount. With retailers holding excess inventory, it was not uncommon to see titles that originally listed for $60 discounted to the $15 to $20 range. DFC Intelligence Research identified that retailers were most concerned with the difficulty of deciding what to buy and heavy price discounting due to increased competition. In 1994, retailers as well as direct marketers had become very careful in what they would stock. Buyers l ...
    Related: competitive industry, credit card, computer systems, budget, shareholders
  • Contrast Dos To Unix - 1,793 words
    ... shell program which interprets user commands, presents the shell prompt, and contains a set of internal commands. The rest of MS-DOS consists of a number of utility programs. Although DOS had cornered the PC market, UNIX was still dominant on the larger workstations. The birth of UNIX in 1969 provided the world with its first modern operating system. An interactive multi-user operating system, UNIX was initially developed by programmers for their own use. Working for Bell Laboratories, Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie created UNIX as an operating system for the PDP-7 computer. Designed as a simplification of an operating system named Multics, UNIX was developed in Assembly language, a pri ...
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  • Internet - 1,441 words
    Chances are, anyone who is reading this paper has at one time, at least, surfed the net once. Don't worry if you haven't, I willexplain everything you need to know about the Internet and the World Wide Web. Including how it started, it's growth, and thepurpose it serves in today's society. The Internet was born about 20 years ago, as a U.S. Defense Department network called the ARPnet. The ARPnetwork was an experimental network designed to support military research. It was research about how to build networks that could withstand partial outages (like bomb attacks) and still be able to function. From that point on, Internet developers were responding to the market pressures, and began buildi ...
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  • System Analyst - 514 words
    Systems analysts solve computer problems and enable computer technology to meet individual needs of an organization. They help an organization realize the maximum benefit from its investment in equipment, personnel, and business processes. This process may include planning and developing new computer systems or devising ways to apply existing systems' resources to additional operations. Systems analysts may design new systems, including both hardware and software, or add a new software application to harness more of the computer's power. Most systems analysts work with a specific type of system that varies with the type of organization they work for. For example, business, accounting or fina ...
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  • Personality - 457 words
    Working with computers is a great pleasure for anyone who ever has really discovered how they work. Maintaining computers can broken into a very broad range of duties or jobs. Two of my favorite, Programming and Network Administration, present me with the greatest interest. Computer programmers and network administrators are given great job opportunities in this technology world. Both require time, patience, high levels of college, and training. Programmers are required to have a bachelors degree in computer science and in mathematics. Programmers must study vigorously to have a strong logical knowledge in order to perform the difficult task of writing complex software. Network administratio ...
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  • Ecommerce - 1,401 words
    ... ed magazine, the magazine of choice to the Internet community, has no problem getting Lexus and other high-end marketer's advertising. Even with the addition of the commercial on-line community, the demographic will remain high for many years to come. 10. To Answer Frequently Asked Questions Whoever answers the telephones in one's organization can tell one that their time is usually spent answering the same questions over and over again. These are the questions customers and potential customers want to know the answer to before they deal with one. Post them on a WWW page and one will have removed another barrier to doing business with one and freed up some time for that harried phone ope ...
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  • Ecommerce - 1,401 words
    ... ed magazine, the magazine of choice to the Internet community, has no problem getting Lexus and other high-end marketer's advertising. Even with the addition of the commercial on-line community, the demographic will remain high for many years to come. 10. To Answer Frequently Asked Questions Whoever answers the telephones in one's organization can tell one that their time is usually spent answering the same questions over and over again. These are the questions customers and potential customers want to know the answer to before they deal with one. Post them on a WWW page and one will have removed another barrier to doing business with one and freed up some time for that harried phone ope ...
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  • Philosophy Of Education - 1,277 words
    The term philosophy can be defined in many ways. I like to define philosophy to mean truth. When evaluating my philosophy of education, my views are clear and concise. Education should be provided to everyone, free of charge, and free of discriminations. Education today is provided to everyone publicly at no expense. Although free, it does not come without distractions. For instance, public schooling has turned into more of a daycare type setting for teachers and students. With emphasis based on violence, and rightfully so, I feel the learning environment has deteriorated to an extreme extent. Administrators focus more on dress codes and violence prevention, than they do on test scores and h ...
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  • Career Paperreal Estate Agent - 1,549 words
    As far as I can think back I always enjoyed being in an office setting. My father used to be an Insurance Salesman when I was little and whenever I had to stay at his office for one reason or another I would always pass the time away happily playing office even answering some calls for my dad. As I got older my dad used to give me tasks to do like filing or stocking the insurance applications for him. Now when I look back it doesnt seem like a very important job but I used to enjoy that I was helping my dad in his business and I used to look up to him the way he talked to his clients giving them information on different types of insurance and their different coverages, for a long time I want ...
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  • College Admition - 339 words
    My education in New York has allowed me to find so many new aspects of my self, my cultures (my two cultures of East and West), and my languages. My time here has also allowed me to see how each of these aspects relates to the others. Because of the rewards I have already gained, I hope to continue my education here. I am particularly drawn to Vassar College for a number of reasons. I want to stay in New York, near my guardian and younger brother. I also feel that Vassars size is ideal. Your student-faculty ratio of 12 to 1 is a very important advantage for me, and I think I would benefit immensely from such focused academic study. Finally, an undergraduate place at Vassar would allow me to ...
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  • The Mind - 1,692 words
    The objective of The Mind is to provide the reader with a unique overview of the thinking of human kind. Self-understanding is one of humankinds most ancient quests. Who am I? What is my relationship to the world around me? These questions marked the beginnings of philosophy. They are initiations in the search for mind, for, at least in the one respect; we are unique among all creatures. Only we are curious about our origins, the meaning of existence, and the nature of the inner world that we experience whenever we reflect, remember, and think. Thinking is as natural and inevitable as breathing, but when we try to pin down what it is that we actually do when we think, we run into difficultie ...
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  • Workers And Laborers - 621 words
    There are two kinds of people in the work force. There are laborers and there are workers. The difference between these two types of people is that a worker enjoys his or her job while a laborer does not. To the laborer, his or her life is almost equivalent to a wage slave. For those laborers, there only escape is leisure time. This is essentially the opposite of their lives, a time where there is freedom and compulsion. To the worker, leisure time consist of enough rest so that they can do their jobs effectively. In the two ways that these two types of people enjoy their free time, how do we know which person spends their time better? I believe that a worker often spends his of her leisure ...
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  • Tables - 494 words
    (reg num NUMBER(2) CONSTRAINT region regnum pk PRIMARY KEY, reg name VARCHAR2(30) CONSTRAINT region reg name nn NOT NULL); (class num NUMBER(4) CONSTRAINT classification classnum pk PRIMARY KEY, class type VARCHAR2(30) CONSTRAINT classification classtype nn NOT NULL); (cons num NUMBER(8) CONSTRAINT consultant consnum pk PRIMARY KEY, reg num NUMBER(2) CONSTRAINT consultant reg num fk (cons num NUMBER(8) CONSTRAINT expertise cons num fk class num NUMBER(4) CONSTRAINT expertise class num fk REFERENCES classification(class num), (org num NUMBER(8) CONSTRAINT organization org num pk PRIMARY KEY, reg num NUMBER(2) CONSTRAINT organization org num fk (client num NUMBER(8) CONSTRAINT client client nu ...
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  • Education Standards - 1,591 words
    In the mid-1980s, the condition of schools in the United States became a major issue. Some educators reacted angrily or defensively to the sudden scrutiny of the institution for which they were responsible. They treated this new concern for the schools as attacks on them. Others realized that this should be the time to initiate some long-overdue reforms in the way schools function. They also thought this could be the chance to build public support for better education. According to the Education Standards, Issues and Controversies on File from June 27, 1997 Most educators agree that measuring and improving students academic performance is difficult, if not impossible with out setting some k ...
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