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  Computer Science at Millersville University
The Department of Computer Science maintains a strong, rigorous, state-of-the-art program in computer science with seven full-time faculty and about 300 majors.
At the Bachelor of Science level, you can prepare for either graduate study and research in computer science, or positions in business, industry, or government.
Millersville University began teaching programming courses in 1963 and the Computer Science degree was approved in 1975.
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  Reflection (computer science)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In computer science, reflection is the process by which a computer program of the appropriate type can be modified in the process of being executed, in a manner that depends on abstract features of its code and its runtime behavior.
Reflective programming is a new programming paradigm, used as an extension to the object-oriented programming paradigm, to add self-optimization to application programs, and to improve their flexibility.
In contrast, the reflective paradigm states that the sequence of operations won't be decided at compile time, rather the flow of sequence will be decided dynamically, based on the data that needs to be operated upon, and what operation needs to be performed.
www.pillscatalog.net /Reflection_%28computer_science%29.html   (1907 words)

  
  Reflection
Reflection is the abrupt change in direction of a wave front at an interface between two dissimilar media so that the wave front returns into the medium from which it originated.
Reflection of light may be specular (i.e., mirror-like) or diffuse (i.e., not retaining the image, only the energy) according to the nature of the interface.
In fact, reflection of light may occur whenever light travels from a medium of a given refractive index into a medium with a different refractive index.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/re/Reflection.html   (396 words)

  
 HERS Output
Prerequisite: Computer Science 121 or Computer Science 124.
Prerequisite: Computer Science 51 and Computer Science 121.
Prerequisite: Computer Science 161 or Computer Science 143.
www.registrar.fas.harvard.edu /Courses/ComputerScience.html   (2944 words)

  
 COMPUTER SCIENCE
These skills are necessary for dealing with the problems encountered in business, industry, and governmental computer applications; for holding administrative or engineering positions requiring the planning and implementation of computer systems; for teaching computer science; and/or further study in computer science, in particular, for doctoral study.
A bachelor's degree in a high quality computer science program or satisfactory completion of the Advanced GRE in computer Science may be substituted for some or all of the subject area admission requirements.
Individuals who have worked at a high professional level in the computer industry may be able to substitute work experience for some of the specific subject area requirements, subject to review by the department graduate committee.
www.uncc.edu /gradmiss/catalog/ComputerScience.htm   (2719 words)

  
 Reflection-Oriented Programming
Intuitively, reflective computational systems allow computations to observe and modify properties of their own behavior, especially properties that are typically observed only from some external, meta-level viewpoint.
When a computation is provided with meta-information---in the form of an instance of some reflective---the exact transformative effect on the meta-information is determined by methods specialized to that reflective or its ancestors.
Since any new reflective inherits the fields of its parent, and since the definitions of the methods specialized to the new reflective are intended to supersede those of the parent, it is sufficient to use only the leaves of the inheritance hierarchy.
www.cs.indiana.edu /~jsobel/rop.html   (7703 words)

  
 CS Dept : CS Major : Courses : Description
The evolution of computing and its implications for society are studied.
Prerequisite: Computer Science 142, 221, 262 or equivalent with a grade of C or better, and Mathematics 103 or equivalent with a grade of C or better, or qualifying for a higher level mathematics course via the Mathematics Placement Exam.
Prerequisite: Computer Science 271 with a grade of C or better and Mathematics 171 (or equivalent) with a grade of C or better.
www.uwosh.edu /computer_science/cs_major/courses_description.php   (2612 words)

  
 Department of Computer Science http
The mission of the Bachelor of Science Program in the Department of Computer Science is to provide the opportunity for its students to acquire the educational background necessary to pursue professional careers in the wide variety of positions in which Computer Science is required, or to continue their education toward advanced degrees in computer science.
Provide high quality education in computer science through exemplary teaching, scholarly research, and public service, focused on preparing our student to be distinctive leaders and significant contributors to society.
This is the third course in the computer science sequence.
www.ncat.edu /~acdaffrs/departmentofcomputerscience.htm   (2290 words)

  
 reflection - OneLook Dictionary Search
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 Bachelor or Science in Computer Engineering   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Computer engineering is a relatively new discipline that is gaining popularity with the recent proliferation of digital computers in our daily lives.
Finally, in the senior year the students are required to complete a major design project that builds upon their mastery of the fundamental concepts of mathematics, basic sciences, the humanities and social sciences, engineering topics, and communication skills.
The computer engineering curriculum responds to this need by providing students with a strong basis in the fundamentals of computer engineering coupled with additional courses drawn from electrical engineering and computer science.
www.ecs.syr.edu /eecs_undergrad_bsce.asp   (1298 words)

  
 Catalog - Computer Science
The concepts that are the foundation of computing are presented and placed in historical context.
Distributed computing is a science which solves a large problem by giving small parts of the problem to many computers to solve and then combining the solutions for the parts into a solution for the problem.
All classes are held in a computer lab and will include tutorial examples an hands-on experience working with a broad range of computer applications and databases.
www.uop.edu /eng/Programs/_Comp_Science/Curriculum-CS/catalog-cs.html   (1819 words)

  
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Another prominent feature of these courses is the definition, execution, and monitoring of meta-level processes oriented towards investigating the degree to which capstone goal incorporation and computer science major learning outcomes assessment is taking place.
Computational models are inherently present in all programming projects, and may be the focal point of some projects.
The projects are explicitly intended to provide students with advanced knowledge in some subfield of computer science.
www.cs.oswego.edu /~blue/xex/computerscience/capstoneexperience.xex   (1969 words)

  
 College of Staten Island - Undergraduate Program, Computer Science
Students seeking a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science should consult the requirements for the BS in Computer Science or the BS in Computer Science/Mathematics.
Four additional credits of science courses chosen from the Scientific Analysis category list of courses that provide the foundation for further study in the sciences or that are chosen from courses with these Scientific Analysis courses as prerequisites.
The Departments of Computer Science and Mathematics offer a joint BS degree program in Computer Science and Mathematics that provides a balance between these two disciplines with an emphasis on their applied aspects and their relationship to each other.
www.csi.cuny.edu /catalog/undergraduate/programs/computerscience.php3   (2802 words)

  
 CS Capstone Experience
One prominent feature of these courses is the crafting and execution of projects which are rich in potential for incorporating capstone goals and assessing the computer science major learning outcomes.
The nature and scope of projects will be discussed in the context of capstone goals and computer science major learning outcomes.
T1 The projects tend to serve as a coherent "portfolio " of computational skills, evidencing sound computing practice grounded in computer science and contexualized by the constraints of a substantial, well-defined problem.
www.cs.oswego.edu /~blue/xex/computerscience/capstoneexperience.html   (2304 words)

  
 Computer Science
Introduction to programming principles and engineering problem solving via computational means using MATLAB (during the first half of the semester) and C (during the second half of the semester).
The combination of CP SC 3050/3051 is appropriate for students who have an understanding of computing technology comparable to that of a newly-admitted computer science major.
Scientific computation relevant to computer science and engineering; floating-point arithmetic, systems of linear equations (direct and iterative techniques), nonlinear equations (univariate and multivariate), interpolation and differentiation (divided differences), integration (mechanical and Gaussian quadratures, optimal quadratures), approximation by spline functions (natural splines and B- splines, optimality of splines).
www.acs.utah.edu /GenCatalog/1038/crsdesc/cp_sc.html   (4228 words)

  
 Accessibility of Computer Science: A Reflection for Faculty Members
Over the past twenty years, the student population in Computer Science departments has become increasingly male, and the number of women among faculty members has remained quite small.
Thus, many academic Computer Science Departments are almost exclusively male environments.
These notes are meant to be a contribution to dialog on the implications of this fact for premier departments.
www.cs.umd.edu /~oleary/faculty/whole.html   (315 words)

  
 ScienceDaily: Geology Articles
Many scientists are now starting to use an approach known as Earth system science which treats the entire Earth as a system in its own right, which evolves as a result of positive and negative feedback between...
Geophysics, the study of the earth by quantitative physical methods, especially by seismic reflection and refraction, geodesy, gravity, magnetic, electrical, electromagnetic, and radioactivity...
Engineering Geology is the application of the science of geology to the understanding of geologic phenomena and the engineering solution of geologic hazards and other geologic problems for...
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 Clarkson University - Humanities & Social Sciences - Political Science
They will develop an appreciation of the complexities and processes of social justice, reflect upon the sources of their modern identities, examine relations between humans and the natural world, and engage in critical reflection on the politics of science and technology.
Political Science majors at Clarkson benefit from the outstanding scholarship and personal attention of faculty in political science, anthropology, history, literature, psychology and sociology.
Chosen from one of Clarkson's many programs and departments, external fields may be in such defined pre-professional areas as pre-medicine, pre-law, pre-business, pre-physical therapy, psychology, or computer science; alternately, students may create their own external field, tailored to their specific career interests.
www.clarkson.edu /humanities-ss/politicalscience.html   (357 words)

  
 Graduate Catalog - Computer Science
This course is concerned with the effects of computer technology on society.
This course is an introduction to mathematical logic from a computer science perspective.
Note: students with a strong CS background in design and analysis of computer systems (at the level equal to a solid BS in computer science) should not take CS 524 and should consider taking CS 504.
www.wpi.edu /Pubs/Catalogs/Grad/Current/cscourses.html   (2094 words)

  
 Reflection   (Site not responding. Last check: )
"Reflecting on the Metalevel Interpreter Written in Direct Style".
"A Reflective System is as Extensible as its Internal Representations: An Illustration".
"Partial evaluation as a compiler for reflective languages".
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 Computer Science   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Here is a link to my 'Personal Reflection' and progress throughout the year in Computer Science.
Here is a creative writing piece that we did at the beginning of the year.
My partner, Debbie, and I had many difficulties to overcome, but in the end our animation was successful and ignited much pride.
users.wpi.edu /~jsoma/computerscience.html   (368 words)

  
 Reflection - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Look up reflection in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
Reflection (electrical), reflected voltage in an electrical signal due to an impedance change
Reflection, a piece of installation art by Shane Cooper also called "Parasight"
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Reflection   (186 words)

  
 Computer Science and Mathematics Portfolio - Computer Science, Problem Solving   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The student will utilize knowledge and skills gained from mathematics and computer science courses by successfully performing the analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of problems.
What: A project from a cognate mathematics course accompanied by a one-page reflection paper on how the chosen item demonstrates competency in analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
What: A reflection paper on how an assignment from an upper-division computer science course demonstrates competency in analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
www.oru.edu /eportfolio/CSCePHandbook/comsci-1g.html   (139 words)

  
 Science Central : Science - Conferences
A programme of the European Science Foundation in Strasbourg.
An annual meeting at the frontiers of biology, mathematics, computer science and physics.
A documented reflection about the dynamics and the impact of scientific progress on our society.
www.sciencecentral.com /category/169101   (287 words)

  
 Computer Science and Mathematics Portfolio - Computer Science, Problem Solving   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Artifact: A reflection paper on how an assignment from an upper-division computer science course demonstrates competency in analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
Outcome: The student will utilize knowledge and skills gained from mathematics and computer science courses by successfully performing the analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of problems.
Reflects well on own work; insightful interpretations or extensions; demonstrates flexibility in thinking and explains the logic behind that thinking
www.oru.edu /eportfolio/CSCePHandbook/c7b-rubric.html   (260 words)

  
 The Unofficial Cookie FAQ
Montulli says there's nothing particularly amusing about the origin of the name: 'A cookie is a well-known computer science term that is used when describing an opaque piece of data held by an intermediary.
As we have seen, however, it is possible for the lifetime of a cookie to greatly exceed the amount of time the browser will be open.
In such cases, the browser must have a way of saving the cookie when you are not browsing, or when your computer is shut off.
www.cookiecentral.com /faq   (4839 words)

  
 Reflections & Reference Objects - Compile-Time Reflection/Metadata access?
Isn't reflection all about discovering and using things at runtime that you were unaware of at compile-time?
You got a response from the Java point of view which ignored higher-level (and irrelevant) computer science concepts.
It lets you look at classes and find out what their members are and what their superclasses are, and things like that.
forum.java.sun.com /thread.jspa?threadID=5179292   (1819 words)

  
 What is reflection? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Reflection allows an application to discover information about itself so that it may display this information to the user, modify its own behavior by using late-binding and dynamic invocation (i.e., binding to and calling methods at runtime), or create new data types at runtime.
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