Tuesday, May 13, 2008


Computers have made it possible to look into future of humanity. (Gerwin Schalk) The theoretical groundwork of the 1930s and 1940s and the technical advance of computers in the following decades provided the basis for dramatic increases in human efficiency. (Ning Fang et al.)Computer-assisted instruction is an innovative instructional strategy that has been receiving increasing attention in engineering and technology education.

(D. Wang et al.) The computer use information embedded in simple coding, the binary software code, to support system operations.In a computer, the software provides instructions and data for the CPU. A process represents just sequentially ordered actions by the CPU and virtual parallelism can be implemented through CPU time-sharing.

Gerwin Schalk, Brain–computer symbiosis. Journal of Neural Engineering 5 , 2008, Pages 1-15.

Ning Fang, Gary A. Stewardson, Margaret M. Lubke, Enhancing Student Learning of an Undergraduate Manufacturing Course with Computer Simulations. International Journal of Engineering Education, Volume 24, Number 3, March 2008 , Pages 558-566.

D. Wang, M. Gribskov, Examining the architecture of cellular computing through a comparative study with a computer. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface/Royal Society. 2005 Jun 22;2(3): Pages 187-95.

Further Reading:
Discovering Computers 2009: Complete by Gary B. Shelly

Rule the Web: How to do Anything and Everythin on the Internet by Mark Frauenfelder

Computers and PC Hardware

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