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- Computer science
- Computer science is the study of computation and information. Computer science deals with theory of computation, algorithms, computational problems and the design of computer systems hardware, software and applications. Computer science addresses both human-made and natural information processes, such as communication, control, perception, learning and intelligence especially in human-made computing systems and machines. According to Peter Denning, the fundamental question underlying computer science is, What can be automated?Its fields can be divided into theoretical and practical disciplines. Computational complexity theory is highly abstract, while computer graphics and computational geometry emphasizes real-world applications. Algorithmics is called the heart of computer science.
(detached) Data Mining Concepts and Techniques
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treated in The Protein Data Bank
treated in Going deeper with convolutions
treated in Elements of Information Theory
treated in Deep Residual Learning for Image Recognition
(detached) The Evolution Of Hacker News
relates to Missing Semester of Your CS Education
(detached) Web programming
(detached) Web framework
parent of Computer programming
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parent of Theory of computation
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parent of Computer security
parent of Operational transformation
parent of Docker
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parent of Distributed computing
parent of Human–computer interaction (HCI)
parent of Computer network
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parent of Collaborative real-time editor
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parent of Numerical analysis
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