The researchers emphasize that while their estimates are dependent on the assumptions built into the model, the impacts on computer scientists
would hold so long as the demand curve for such workers is downward sloping and the domestic supply curve is positively sloped.
Fortunately, there's no firm evidence so far that hackers or other miscreants have exploited the vulnerabilities that computer scientists
Academic computer scientists
, who sought respect from traditional scientists and engineers for their discipline, loathed a lack of rigor in application programming and feared a software crisis.
com) was founded by computer scientists
from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1996 and is based in Cambridge, MA.
He's a computer scientist
at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh.
at NIST have coordinated work on the new standard.
The problem is what computer scientists
call combinatorial explosion, and it happens even in a game like tick-tack-toe.
Right now, most computer scientists
understand computer science as a discipline that studies the phenomena surrounding computers.
Founded in 1996 by a group of computer scientists
from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ITA is an airline IT and services provider at the forefront of a new generation of technology that is changing the way the travel industry works.
Over the past few decades, computer scientists
have designed computer algorithms that produce a good approximation of true randomness.
and electrical engineers at Rutgers have designed Multimodal Input Manager (MIM) hardware that simultaneously receives speech, gaze and tactile signals.
Following in Bush's footsteps more than 20 years later, in 1968, the computer researcher Douglas Engelbart gave a remarkable demonstration at a computer conference, introducing the world's best computer scientists
to his vision of computer mice, on-screen windows and ``hypertext'' information retrieval systems.