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  1. Programming in the 1990s: An Introduction to the Calculation of Programs (Monographs in Computer Science) by Edward Cohen, 1990-10-02
  2. Handbook of Theoretical Computer Science, Vol. A: Algorithms and Complexity
  3. Building Bridges: Between Mathematics and Computer Science (Bolyai Society Mathematical Studies)
  4. Computer Science (Barron's Ez-101 Study Keys) by Michael Covington, 1991-06
  5. Computer Science (Barron's Ez-101 Study Keys) by Michael Covington, 1991-06
  6. Applied Algebra for the Computer Sciences (Prentice-Hall series in automatic computation) by Arthur Gill, 1976-02
  7. Computing Tomorrow: Future Research Directions in Computer Science
  8. Probability, Statistics, and Queuing Theory with Computer Science Applications, Second Edition (Computer Science and Scientific Computing) by Arnold O. Allen, 1990-09-11
  9. Java Software Solutions: For AP Computer Science A by John Lewis, William Loftus, et all 2006-04
  10. Concrete Mathematics: A Foundation for Computer Science (2nd Edition) by Ronald L. Graham, Donald E. Knuth, et all 1994-03-10
  11. Humans, Nature, and Birds: Science Art from Cave Walls to Computer Screens by Darryl Wheye, Donald Kennedy, 2009-11-24
  12. The Analytical Engine: An Introduction to Computer Science Using the Internet by Rick Decker, Stuart Hirshfield, 1998-03-19
  13. Basic Category Theory for Computer Scientists (Foundations of Computing) by Benjamin C. Pierce, 1991-08-07
  14. Discrete Mathematics for Computer Scientists (Alternative eText Formats) by Cliff Stein, Robert Drysdale, et all 2010-03-13

81. Georgia State University - Department Of Computer Science
The Department of computer science offers programs leading to the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. The Ph.D. program, which first admitted students in 2001,
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The Department of Computer Science offers programs leading to the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. The Ph.D. program, which first admitted students in 2001, has produced 33 graduates so far and has a current enrollment of about 70.
Active research areas in the department include bioinformatics, graphics and visualization, networks and distributed systems, and algorithms. The department emphasizes interdisciplinary research. Current projects involve collaborations with the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, and Mathematics and Statistics, among others. In addition to running its own bioinformatics program, the Department of Computer Science participates in Georgia State’s Molecular Basis of Disease and Brains and Behavior programs.
Many department faculty are leading experts in their fields; they serve on panels and study sections at agencies such as NIH and NSF, on journal editorial boards, and as officers in professional societies. The department is also home to the editorial offices of four book series and two journals. Faculty members are supported by many grants from NSF, NIH, and other agencies. The department’s annual research budget exceeds one million dollars.
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82. Theoretical Computer Science - Elsevier
Covers the mathematical and theoretical basis of computer science.
Home Site map Elsevier websites Alerts ... Theoretical Computer Science Journal information Product description Editorial board Audience Abstracting/indexing ... Special issues and supplements Subscription information Bibliographic and ordering information Combined subscriptions Conditions of sale Dispatch dates Journal-related information Supplementary material Impact factor Most downloaded articles Other journals in same subject area ... Select your view THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
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Theoretical Computer Science is mathematical and abstract in spirit, but it derives its motivation from practical and everyday computation. Its aim is to understand the nature of computation and, as a consequence of this understanding, provide more efficient methodologies. All papers introducing or studying mathematical, logic and formal concepts and methods are welcome, provided that their motivation is clearly drawn from the field of computing.
Papers published in Theoretical Computer Science are grouped in three sections according to their nature. The first section `Algorithms, automata, complexity and games' is devoted to the study of algorithms and their complexity using analytical, combinatorial or probabilistic methods. It includes the whole field of abstract complexity (i.e. all the results about the hierarchies that can be defined using Turing machines), the whole field of automata and language theory (including automata on infinite words and infinitary languages), the whole field of geometrical (graphic) applications and the whole field of measurement of system performance using statistical methods.

83. Computer Science
Note Students are assumed to have a mathematical background in the areas of calculus and linear algebra as applied to computer science.

84. Department Of Computer Science
The Department of computer science is seeking candidates for the position of department chair and multiple tenure track/tenured positions at senior and
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The College of Sciences is undergoing a major expansion to increase research activities of faculty and to support the recruiting of outstanding graduate and undergraduate students. The Department of Computer Science is seeking candidates for the position of department chair and multiple tenure track/tenured positions at senior and junior levels. [ More
Professor Wahab's paper, titled "Security Features and Requirements of Groupware Technology", with Ravi Mukkamala (ODU), Mohamed G. Gouda (U Texas Austin) and Nagi El Naga (California State University Northridge), received the Best Paper Award at ICENCO 2007, Cairo, Egypt, December 26-27. [ More
Professor Olariu's paper, titled "Emergent Behavior in Massively-Deployed Sensor Networks" with E. Shurkova, R. Ishak, and S. Salleh, received the Best Paper Award at MoMM 2007. [

85. University At Buffalo: Computer Science And Engineering
Information about degree programs, research and faculty at SUNY at Buffalo s Department of computer science and Engineering.
Computer Science and Engineering Did You Know UB is ranked 21st in the category of funding in computer sciences, in a recent survey conducted by the National Science Foundation. UB has been consistently ranked in the top 30 departments in the category of funding.
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Faculty Positions in CSE 40th Anniversary CSE at a Glance ... Local Technical Report Archive Research Centers: Center of Excellence for Document Analysis and Recognition Center of Excellence in Information Systems Assurance Research and Education Center for Unified Biometrics and Sensors ... Mike Buckley receives $62K gift from Microsoft for Assistive Technologies research. Prof. Murat Demirbas receives an NSF CAREER award ($450K) for Wireless Sensor Networks research. Prof. Venu Govindrajau receives a DARPA award ($1.24M) for Multilingual Document Analysis research. More News
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86. Williams College Computer Science Department
Welcome to the Williams College computer science Department. We have a faculty of eight professors, all of whom are active researchers in a range of areas
Computer Science Williams College Home People ... Science@Williams Welcome Welcome to the Williams College Computer Science Department. We have a faculty of eight professors, all of whom are active researchers in a range of areas including AI, parallel processing, computer graphics, algorithms, complexity theory, networking, and programming languages. We offer a wide variety of introductory classes to students. These include not only courses designed to provide an introduction to computer programming, but also a number of courses focusing on topics like graphics, networks and the web, and artificial intelligence. Our major provides both a solid foundation in the core concepts of our discipline and the opportunity to explore topics in depth in our many electives. Please see our Informal Guide to CS for many details about our courses, facilities, and department. News Math/Stats/Computer Science SMALL Reunion ** Update 8/8/2007 ** Certificates have changes. Check here for update instructions. All machines are at FreeBSD 6.2. For an updated list of machines, see the

87. This Page Has Moved
CS headlines. Seminar Sartaj Sahni Data structures and algorithms for packet forwarding and classification NSF IGERT Fellowship Opportunities at the

88. HMC Computer Science Department
computer science Clinic HMC computer science Department Contact Information. Last Modified Thursday, 17Jan-2008 103458 PST.

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89. BGSU Computer Science
Student organization The ACM Student Chapter offers speakers and other activities for students interested in computer science.
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90. Tufts University | Computer Science Department
Faculty and students home pages, photo gallery, course and degree program descriptions. Medford.

Academics Catalog Courses Graduate Undergraduate ... Certificates Research Research Areas Colloquia Technical Reports People Faculty Students Technical Staff Administrative Staff ... Job Opportunities About CS CS Info Events News Resources ... News January 17, 2008 Computer Science enrollment up in New England December 20, 2007 End-Of-Year Party 2007 October 30, 2007 Faculty and students attend Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2007 October 27, 2007 Prof. Marina Bers' new book Blocks to Robots October 3, 2007 News reports on Brain-Computer Interaction feature Prof. Jacob and Prof. Fantini more news...

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91. Computer Science Home Page
Department of computer science and Engineering (CSE). Research groups CReWMaN (Centre for Research in Wireless Mobility and Networking); ITLab (Information
Welcome The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is noted for research and teaching excellence. Its internationally recognized faculty members are engaged in breakthrough research across the leading areas of computer science and engineering.
The department's graduates work at America's leading companies and governmental agencies and in other sectors. UTA's location in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex - one of the nation's two most influential technology corridors - and strong relationship with major technology companies such as Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Nokia, Sabre Holdings and Motorola provide students with outstanding opportunities for internships and jobs. Events
January 25, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Invited Talk: Jeffrey Carver, " Empirical Software Engineering: Why and How do we Measure?
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92. EECS Main :: EECS Home
Pappas Researching FingerFriendly Tactile Interface Could Aid Blind computer Users. 11/26/2007 - Kumar s Quantum Group Highlighted in science.
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Time, November 8, 2007 . Don Norman comments on technology and bad design in his book titled The Design of Everyday Things. New Scientist, November 9, 2007 . Evocative objects: Things that help you think AScribe, November 12, 2007 . Pappas Researching Finger-Friendly Tactile Interface Could Aid Blind Computer Users Kumar's Quantum Group Highlighted in Science Science, 23 November 2007: Better Computing with Photons NU Programmers Take Midwest . Northwestern undergraduates win regional competition for the ACM Intercollegiate Programming Contest Kumar featured in Chicago Tribune . Hitching on to the wildness of photons. More headlines... ICCAD Best Paper Award Finalist . Seda Ogrenci Memik, Yehea Ismail, Jieyi Long and Ja Chun Ku's publication was one of six Best Paper Award Finalists. Kumar is co-organizer of the IEEE/LEOS . Prem Kumar is co-organizer of the IEEE/LEOS to be held in Sorrento, Italy in January 2008 SC - Best Student Paper Winner . Serkan Ozdemir wins the SC Best Student Paper Award Haddad appointed visiting Chair Professor, Taiwan

93. Computer & Information Science
Department of computer and Information science Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Penn Engineering - a bronze sponsor of the 2007 Grace Hopper Conference
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CIS Welcomes New Department Chair! Weiss Professor Susan Davidson Professor Rajeev Alur named IEEE Fellow and ACM Fellow CIS Phd Alumna Klara Nahrstedt named IEEE Fellow (Prof at UIUC) CIS faculty rated 7th in the nation in faculty scholarly productivity Read More The 1st Edition of the CG@Penn Newsletter NACLO Olympiad CIS hosts the 2008 North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad open to 8th - 12th grade students on February 5th Register here Academic Calendar December 7 Fall Classes End December 8-11 Reading Days December 12-19 Final Examinations January 16 Spring Classes Begin University of Pennsylvania Department of Computer and Information Science Levine Hall 3330 Walnut Street / Philadelphia, PA 19104-6309

94. University Of Utah School Of Computing
Tom Fletcher, a Research Assistant Professor in the SoC was awarded the Marr Prize at IEEE International Conference on computer Vision
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NEWS Research paper selected as the "Best Paper" at IEEE Visualization 2007
Graduate Student Naveen Muralimanohar Receives Top Recognition
Tom Fletcher, a Research Assistant Professor in the SoC was awarded the Marr Prize at IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision
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