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24 Nov 2009

Assembler: An overview

Presentation - 12 pages - Computer science

High Level language 1. Formulating program for certain application areas 2. Hardware independent Assembler languages 1. Machine oriented language 2. Programs orient on special hardware properties 3. More comfortable than machine code(e.g. by using symbolic notations) Instructions...

24 Nov 2009

An overview of programming languages

Presentation - 15 pages - Computer science

A language used to instruct or command a computer to perform a specific task is called as programming language. The set of sub operations during the execution of an instruction is called instruction cycle. To design and develop a software, complete understanding is required...

23 Sep 2009

Software Processes

Presentation - 18 pages - Computer science

A software process model is an abstract representation of a process. It presents a description of a process from some particular perspective. Based on the transformation of a mathematical specification through different representations to an executable program and transformations are...

07 Sep 2009

A study on programming languages

Presentation - 16 pages - Computer science

A language used to instruct or command computer to perform a specific task is called Programming Language. The process of design is founded in the systematic principles & methods. Although at times designer is compelled to deploy intuitions, tactic knowledge etc. Programming Environment is...

17 Aug 2009

Testing a software before release

Presentation - 28 pages - Computer science

This presentation is aimed at providing a general idea of how a software is tested prior to its release. In doing so it will cover points like problems that may occur during testing, characteristics of testing such as test effectiveness and test adequacy, strategies that need to be adopted during...

14 Aug 2009

Using MS Office PowerPoint 2003

Presentation - 15 pages - Computer science

This presentation will help in learning the basics of using MS PowerPoint. It will cover points like getting started with explanations of the menu bar and buttons, fundamentals of PowerPoint and editing and formatting presentations which covers entering and editing text along with aligning text....

09 Jun 2009

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

Presentation - 21 pages - Computer science

This presentation talks about Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. First of all it begins with a clear description of SMTP, how it is implemented and what are the alternatives used on mail servers after which it explains what authenticated SMTP with pictorial representation is. Following this...

07 Jun 2009

Software process models

Presentation - 46 pages - Computer science

This presentation deals with software process models. It begins with the definition of software development process and its different phases. It then moves on to the description of each of the software models beginning with waterfall model,its advantages and disadvantages, incremental life cycle...

04 Jun 2009

Characteristics of a system

Presentation - 39 pages - Computer science

Relatively autonomous subsystems are also loosely coupled with other subsystems; that is. relatively few interfaces exist between the subsystems, and these interfaces are relatively simple. Decoupling techniques, which may be used to make subsystems relatively independent from one another by...

04 Jun 2009

Internet famous protocols

Presentation - 34 pages - Computer science

The protocol is set of rules that govern how things communicate over the network. Computers have a common way that is called protocol to send information between them. Protocols enable all procedures to be undertaken in a standard manner. some of the more common protocols are TCP, IP, UDP, POP,...

04 Jun 2009

Hypertext transfer protocol

Presentation - 37 pages - Computer science

HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is the set of rules for transferring files (text, graphic images, sound, video, and other multimedia files) on the World Wide Web. HTTP has been in use by the World-Wide Web global information initiative since 1990. HTTP lies at the application layer of TCP/IP....

01 Jun 2009

The system in information systems

Presentation - 37 pages - Computer science

The presentation begins with an explanation of what an information system is. From there it will go onto give a general overview of the layout of a system followed by the basic functions of a system. The next topic covered will be the elements of an example system which will be followed by...

29 May 2009

Computers and weather forecasting

Presentation - 60 pages - Computer science

This presentation tells about weather forecasting and the usage of computers in this field. It then names a few Indian departments supporting this feature. Later it gives a detailed description on how the details are collected on the computer. Next topic is about surface observations, balloons,...

29 May 2009

Business intelligence

Presentation - 47 pages - Computer science

This presentation tells about business intelligence. It begins with evolution of BI, tools used and a pictorial representation of its services. It then moves on to a precise definition of Business Intelligence warehousing concept and its features. Next it explains data warehouse tool evaluation,...

28 May 2009

Group communications

Presentation - 64 pages - Computer science

This presentation is about the most commonly used group communications methods. The presentation begins with the definition of different means of group communications on the network. Further topics include description about mailing lists, its working and set-up across network and handling it in...

26 May 2009

Wireless transmission

Presentation - 50 pages - Computer science

This presentation is about wireless transmission.It begins with the definition of "wireless" and explains its usage.Further topics include description about radio transmission (with diagrams),satellite transmission,parts of satellite and one of its type LEO(Low Earth Orbii).It then moves to an...

26 May 2009

Voice communication

Presentation - 23 pages - Computer science

VOIP is common term which means voice over internet protocol. Voice communication is the hottest feature now a days. The success of IP in becoming a world standard for data networking has led to its adaption to voice networking. Hardware and software both are required for telephony. Voice over...

20 May 2009

Communication media

Presentation - 93 pages - Computer science

This presentation deals with transmition media used for communication and also types of cables used.It determines which is the best type of cable to be used for transmition during communication and also deals with different types of transmition media used in networking.Defines the types and usage...

20 May 2009

Information System

Presentation - 37 pages - Computer science

This presentation is about information system. It starts with the definition of information systems, parts of information system and its various types. A pictorial representation of each type is also provided. It then moves on with an explanation about each type of information system beginning...

19 May 2009


Presentation - 28 pages - Computer science

This presentation is based on the internet and in particular TCP/IP. The presentation will start with a definition of what TCP/IP is and then move onto the history and goals of TCP/IP. it will then shift its focus to the four layes that constitute the transmission control protocol/ Internet...

19 May 2009

Remote Sensing

Presentation - 37 pages - Computer science

This presentation is based on remote sensing, its various types and the methods used in different fields. The presentation begins with the definition of remote sensing, its types including advantages and disadvantages of each type. It then shifts to an explanation of optical and infrared remote...

05 Mar 2009

Campaign information system

Presentation - 64 pages - Computer science

Model: The model is represented by entity beans. An entity bean represents a business object in a persistent storage mechanism View: The view in a Java EE application may be represented by a Java Server Page. Alternately, the code to generate the view may be part of a servlet. Controller:...