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View Resource C++ In Action

The author of C++ In Action and its online counterpart wrote the book with the intention of transcending the bare-bones essentials of the programming language and expanding into the techniques that make an effective code writer. Three main chapters cover the C++ language and structure, programming techniques, and the software project process; another chapter on Windows techniques is provided as...

View Resource Data Mining Technology

This website provides a basic overview of Data Mining and some applications for the process. The site lists some typical tasks addressed by data mining, such as identifying cross-sell opportunities and predicting a peak load of a network. There are also some academic resources on such topics as "Anomaly Localization," "Generating Non-Linear Functions," and "Symbolic Knowledge Discovery."

View Resource Computational Science in Education: Teaching Modules

This website provides teaching modules in biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, and mathematics which utilize Mathematica, Excel or STELLA software. Topics include: the Newtonian law of cooling, carbon cycles, modeling oscillating systems, diffusion, water quality monitoring, and carbon dioxide. These modules are meant to enable educators to utilize computational resources and teach...

View Resource Introduction to Programming Using Java

Created by a professor of computer science at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, this online textbook "is suitable for use in an introductory programming course and for people who are trying to learn programming on their own." The free resource uses Java as a basis for discussing principles of data types, subroutines, and other program characteristics that are similarly handled in most common...

View Resource National Science Foundation Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE)

The National Science Foundation's (NSF) Directorate of Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) promotes basic research and education in the computer and information sciences and engineering, and helps maintain the nation's preeminence in these fields. The CISE Directorate largely funded the NSFNET backbone from 1987-1995. The CISE Programs section of the Web site points to...

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