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View Resource Ars Technica: CPU and Chipset Guide

An informative collection of articles on computer hardware and operation is presented by Ars Technica. Many of the more recent articles (July 2002 to February 2003) have shifted from focusing on specific technologies and platforms to explaining basic principles of computer architecture. This includes "pipelining and superscalar execution," bandwidth and latency, multithreading, and CPU caching....
View Resource Computer Aided Instruction Project

Central Connecticut State University maintains several tutorials and lecture notes about different programming languages and mathematics. Some of the material, most notably the Introduction to Assembly Language, is primarily intended for computer science students. However, much of the site can be useful for anyone; programming guides for Java and QuickBasic are provided, as well as tutorials on...
View Resource Roldan Pozo

This is the homepage of Roldan Pozo, a "senior researcher in the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology." He has developed many C++ libraries for numerical linear algebra, which can be freely downloaded via links on the site. Pozo also offers a short series of introductory lecture notes and programming examples of C++ for scientists....
View Resource Tech OnLine

Tech OnLine is a veritable haven for electronics engineers and information technology professionals. After completing the free registration process, users have access to live and archived Web casts, online courses, and technical papers. An example of the roughly hour-long Web casts is a touchscreen liquid crystal display design, but this is just one area of many. The site is continually updated...
View Resource Technology Review: TR100/2003

This special report from the October 2003 issue of Technology Review highlights "100 innovators [age] 35 or younger whose technologies are poised to make a dramatic impact on our world." Each of the 100 honorees falls into one of four categories: computing, biotechnology and medicine, Internet, and nanotechnology. A brief bio of each innovator is provided along with the basis for his or her...
View Resource Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS)

Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS) is a collaborative project between Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Princeton University, AT&T Labs - Research, Bell Labs, Telcordia Technologies, and NEC Laboratories America. Affiliate members include Avaya Labs, HP Labs, IBM Research, and Microsoft Research. Their focus is on the development, application and...
View Resource Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science

Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DMTCS) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal "devoted to rapid publication of innovative research which covers the fields of Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science and puts a certain emphasis on the intersection of these two fields." Research is grouped into the following five categories: Analysis of Algorithms; Combinatorics;...
View Resource SRI International: Computer Science Laboratory

The Computer Science Laboratory at SRI International "studies the logical foundations of scalable systems, that are beyond the scope of traditional testing or simulation, and builds and applies efficient high-level tools for rigorous mechanical analysis." These scalable systems include traditional computer hardware and software, as well as biological systems and nanoelectronics. The website...
View Resource University of South Carolina: College for Engineering and Computing

The University of South Carolina (USC), Center for Engineering and Computing Education, works to improve engineering- and computer science-related education at the precollege, undergraduate and graduate levels with the ultimate goal of developing a technologically literate population and workforce in South Carolina. The Center supports the research, development and implementation of improved...
View Resource Stanford University: Center for the Study of Language and Information

The Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI) "is devoted to research in the emerging science of information, computing, and cognition." This "new science" is an interdisciplinary project that developed through a shared interest among computer scientists, linguists, logicians, philosophers, psychologists, and artificial intelligence researchers "in how agents, whether biological or...
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