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  1. Barron's AP Computer Science 2008 (Barron's How to Prepare for the Ap Computer ScienceAdvanced Placement Examination) by Roselyn Teukolsky, 2007-08-01
  2. Computer Science: An Overview (10th Edition) by J. Glenn Brookshear, 2008-01-06
  3. Computer Science Illuminated by Nell Dale, John Lewis, 2006-11-08
  4. 5 Steps to a 5 AP Computer Science (Mcgraw-Hill 5 Steps to a 5) by Kathleen A. Larson, David Levine, 2005-06-07
  5. Be Prepared for the AP Computer Science Exam in Java by Maria Litvin, 2007-05-10
  6. Cracking the AP Computer Science A & AB Exams, 2006-2007 Edition (College Test Prep) by Princeton Review, 2006-01-10
  7. Balanced Introduction to Computer Science, A (2nd Edition) by David Reed, 2007-10-15
  8. Mathematical Structures for Computer Science by Judith L. Gersting, 2006-07-07
  9. Invitation to Computer Science: C++ Version, Fourth Edition by G.Michael Schneider, Judith Gersting, 2006-02-03
  10. Writing for Computer Science by Justin Zobel, 2004-04-27
  11. Activities Workbook for Introduction to Computer Science Using C++, Third Edition by Todd Knowlton, 2001-11
  12. Computer Science Made Simple: Learn how hardware and software work-- and how to make them work for you! (Made Simple) by V. Anton Spraul, 2005-04-12
  13. Java: An Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Third Edition by Walter Savitch, 2003-04-07
  14. Connecting with Computer Science by Greg Anderson, David Ferro, et all 2005-01-06

161. University Of Pittsburgh Computer Science
We are hiring! Prof. Panos Chrysanthis was promoted to the rank of Professor (Jan 1, 2004). computer science Day (Sat, Nov 1, 2003). Recent Talks. 2004 Talks.
Home of the CS Dept. at Sennott Square Upcoming Talks none scheduled Department News Pitt Researchers Developing Computers That Teach Like Humans (Jun 3) New graduate program in Computer Engineering (Jun 1) Important Dates for Fall Term 2004 CS Logic Games winners announced! 2004 CS Graduate Research Competition Finals (April 2. 2004) SciTech Festival (April 22. 2004) Important dates for Summer Term Fall Schedule (05-1) Summer schedule (04-3) Important dates for Spring Term Prof. Panos Chrysanthis was promoted to the rank of Professor (Jan 1, 2004)

162. CSE Department Of Computer Science And Engineering | OGI School Of Science & Eng
Department of computer science and Engineering 20000 NW Walker Rd Beaverton, OR 970068921 503-748-1151 Directions Map.
Contact Us Campus Map Library Directory ... Contact CSE Department of Computer Science and Engineering
20000 NW Walker Rd
Beaverton, OR 97006-8921
CSE Department of Computer Science and Engineering News Summer 2004 classes begin June 21, 2004
Introduction to Digital Video Processing Xubo Song Introduction to Wireless Integrated Circuit Design , Stewart Taylor SOC Design with Programmable Logic, John Lynch Computational Biology David Maier and Shannon McWeeney, Congratulations to Paul McKenney on a successful PhD Defense CSE Spring Party 2004 photo gallery Faculty, students and staff at play Welcome to new faculty member, Nirupama Bulusu
About CSE Prospective Student? Department Profile Excellence in education through strength in research (CSE poster pdf) Occupational Outlook for Computer Scientists
elcome to CSE , the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the OGI School of Science and Engineering, OHSU. The Department offers MS and PhD degrees in both Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering as well as an MS degree in Software Engineering. Our mission is to provide the highest quality postgraduate education for today's practitioners and for future leaders in industry, academia, and government. Our research will be respected for advancing the science of computing and our organization will be a model for the transition of technology between industry and academia.

163. Homepage Of Evgeniy Gabrilovich
Includes contact information, resume, and research interests in the field of computer science.
Evgeniy Gabrilovich
Ph.D. student in Computer Science
Department of Computer Science

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Current work
  • I'm currently doing my Ph.D. research under the supervision of Dr. Shaul Markovitch
    My research topic is "Feature Generation for Textual Information Retrieval"
Research interests
  • Text Categorization
  • Feature Generation (aka Feature Engineering or Feature Construction)
  • Information Retrieval
  • Machine Learning / Artificial Intelligence
  • Computational Linguistics / Natural Language Processing
  • Speech Processing / Automatic Speaker Recognition
I maintain a collection of resources in a variety of fields related to text, speech and language processing . These include computational linguistics, information retrieval and machine learning. Here you can find pointers to useful Web sites, as well as lists of relevant books, newsgroups and mailing lists, and much more.
Most of my publications are available online here
Previous work
  • In 1998, I completed my M.Sc. degree in Computer Science under the supervision of Prof. Nissim Francez

164. McGill University School Of Computer Science
Admissions and Program Information. Undergraduate Program, Graduate Program. Diploma in Information Technology. Content. News and Events, Research and Publications.
Admissions and Program Information
Undergraduate Program
Graduate Program Diploma in Information Technology
News and Events
Research and Publications
Contact Information
Laurels ...
Network and Services

165. Pete Wurman's Teaching
taught by Dr. Peter Wurman, Department of computer science, at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
Current Courses:
Past Courses:
  • CSC 413: Electronic Commerce Technology (Fall '02, Spring '01, '00)
  • CSC 513: Electronic Commerce Technology (Fall '02, '01, '00, '99)
Last updated

166. FORTH - ICS: Welcome Note By The Director Of ICS-FORTH
Welcome to the Web site of the Institute of computer science (ICS) of the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH).
More accessible version ICS
Welcome Note by the Director of ICS-FORTH
Welcome to the Web site of the Institute of Computer Science (ICS) of the Since its establishment in 1983, the Institute has a relatively long history and recognized tradition conducting basic and applied research, developing applications and products, providing services, and playing a leading role in Greece and internationally, in the sectors of Information and Communication Technologies. Activities of the Institute cover important research and development areas, taking into consideration new perspectives, emerging fields of research and technological challenges worldwide. Continuing its efforts towards the exploitation of its research activities and results, the Institute contributes significantly to the diffusion of modern Information and Communications Technologies in the public and private sectors. Thus, the Institute acts as a catalyst for the development of the Greek Information and Communication Technologies Industry and the formation of favourable conditions for the emergence of an Information Society acceptable by all citizens.
Professor Constantine Stephanidis
About ICS
Announcements News Laboratories ... Greek English
Last revision date: 7 May, 2004

167. Dennis Shasha
Biological computing, faulttolerant parallel computing, professor of computer science at New-York University, author of The Puzzling Adventures of Dr. Ecco (Dover, 1998), Code, Puzzles and Conspiracy (W.H. Freeman Co., 1992).
Dennis Shasha
Prof, Computer Science Dept
Department of Computer Science
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
Mail Address
251 Mercer Street New York, NY 10012, U.S.A.
212.998.3086/212.998.3078 (voice) 212.995-4123 (fax)

168. Brandeis University CS Web Pages
to Brandeis home page , computer science, Jump to Page Content. Michtom School of computer science. Welcome to the computer science department!
You are being redirected to the new Brandeis CS Dept website at

169. Army Research Office: Divisions
Mathematical and computer sciences Division. Contact information and reports.
Mathematics Division
Mission Statement
The Mathematics Program research will enhance capabilities of the Army in the 21st Century in materials, systems, testing, evaluation, acquisition, training, and logistics. Mathematics plays an essential role in modeling, analysis, and control of complex phenomena and in systems of critical interest to the Army. Research Areas:
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Modeling of Complex Systems
  • Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Automation, Simulation and Related MCS
For more information on the Mathematics Research:
Mathematics Research listing from ARL Broad Agency Announcement

Mathematics Research listing from ARO-In-Review Publication
- ARO Programs Acting Associate Director - Dr. Robert Launer U.S Army Research Office
P.O. Box 12211
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2211
Commercial: (919) 549-4309
DSN: 832-4309
Fax: 549-4354

170. TCD Computer Science Department - Homepages
Disclaimer The Department of computer science makes every possible effort to ensure that the information contained in these Web pages is true and accurate
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171. Conferences Logic-Related
In the last few years, ever more events overlapping in technical scope with LICS (Symposium on Logic in computer science) are scheduled with no coordination, often causing conflicts 1995 LICS and FPCA were at the exact same time and place. This page attempts to aid coordination.
Logic-Related Conferences
Over the last few years there has been a proliferation of conferences that overlap in their technical scope with LICS (the Symposium on Logic in Computer Science). These conferences are scheduled with no prior coordination among them, which results quite often in conflicts. For example, in 1995 LICS and FPCA were at exactly the same time and the same place with no prior coordination. In attempt to address this situation, the LICS organization will maintain this web page of conferences (and workshops) that have an overlap with logic in computer science. The first half of the page is an incomplete list of dates , some tentative and some fixed, for upcoming meetings of some of these conferences. The second half is a list of conferences and associated contacts. If you are an organizer of one of these conferences and have some information you would like to include here, please send mail to
Some of the dates below are tentative.
May 4-6: Logic and Applications , Novosibirsk, Russia May 14-19: ACM Symposium on Principles of Database Systems (PODS 2000) , Dallas, Texas May 21-23: ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC 2000) , Portland, Oregon June 13-15: NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop (LFM 2000) ,Williamsburg, Virginia June 17-20: Conference on Automated Deduction (CADE-17) , Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania June 26-29: IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS 2000) , Santa Barbara, California July 3-5: International Workshop on First-Order Theorem Proving (FTP'00) , St Andrews, Scotland

172. Computer Science Department - Technion - Mainpage
Copyright © 2002. All rights reserved, computer science Department. Technion Israel Institute of Technology Contact with comments.
Home Technion
General Information
About the Department

Colloquia and Seminars
... Directions

Graduate Students



Academics Course Information Teaching Schedule (pdf) Office Hours Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies Research Research Areas Research Laboratories Technical Reports Resources Libraries: CS Central Computing Services Photo Gallery Google TM local search The Nomad XR4000 robot used for vision-based navigation research in ISL ANNOUNCEMENTS A colloquium by Alfio Borzi on 10/06/2004 A colloquium by Orna Raz NOTE CHANGE OF DATE on 13/06/2004 ... More announcements Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Contact with comments. How to update information

173. Science Libraries
Access to the five science libraries DeLaMare (earth sciences, engineering, and computer science), Life and Health Sciences, Mary B. Ansari Map, Physical Sciences, and Savitt Medical.
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Science Libraries
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174. UI Department Of Computer Science
Welcome to The University of Iowa computer science Department. The department office is located in 14 MacLean Hall. Normal office
The University of Iowa CS Home: Welcome CS Home People Research Events ... Terminal Services Welcome to The University of Iowa Computer Science Department. The department office is located in 14 MacLean Hall. Normal office hours are 8:30 to Noon and 1:00 to 4:30 Monday through Friday. The department chair is Jim Cremer , the associate chair and director of graduate programs is Alberto Segre , and the administrative assistant is Catherine Till
Important Information Regarding Undergraduate Curriculum Changes, Effective Fall 2004. Click on For Current Students link at left.
Contact Information:
Department of Computer Science
14 MacLean Hall
The University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242-1419

voice: 319-335-0713
fax: 319-335-3624
e-mail: Comments or suggestions about our website should be directed to the webmaster Obtain Adobe Acrobat Site Search Faculty List ... Translate this page automatically Modified: Saturday, April 17, 2004, 15:45:01.

175. Christian Siefkes
computer science and philosophy student at the Technical University of Berlin. Personal details, activities, software, and links.
Christian Siefkes

176. NYU Computer Science
Welcome. Welcome to NYU s computer science Department, part of the worldfamous Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. Our department

177. Adventures In Science And Technology - Aventures En Sciences Et Technologie
Introduces chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, and computer science. In English and French.
Produced by Galactics , in partnership with Youth Engineering and Science Camps of Canada and Virtual Adventures Camps Canada ( YES-VACC

Produit par Galactics YES-VACC This digital collection was produced under contract to the SchoolNet Digital Collections program, Industry Canada.
SchoolNet Digital Collections

Last updated on: 14 August 1998.

178. MSCS Employment Resources Guides
Careers and employment in Mathematics, Statistics and computer science advice at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
MSCS Employment Resources Guides Considering a career with a degree in Mathematics, Statistics or Computer Science? We hope you have already decided this much, but if not, read about the variety of possibilities then consider the many opportunities on the Jobs Bulletin Boards below. There are excellent prospects! Many of the guides listed in the pages below offer excellent resources and pointers, including ways to post your resume, job listings, job-matching and E-mail services, professional associations, how to write your resume, managing the job search process, coping with interviews, newspaper classifieds, contracting/recruiting resources and more. The Web links on these pages are provided as a resource for the MSCS community. Their inclusion here is in no way an endorsement by UIC or MSCS of the services provided. Career Guides Jobs Bulletin Boards Choosing a Career in MSCS
Catbert's Anti-Career Zone
MSCS Department Listings
Academic and Federal Sites
Information Technology Sites
URL: Updated November 8, 1998

179. Bibliographies On Neural Networks
Part of the collection of computer science bibliographies.
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180. Welcome To A BETR World!
Offering information on classes and camps for science and computer education in Maryland and Virginia.
Welcome to a BETR World ioscience ducation raining and esearch
l Classes l History l Contact Forum The BETR World (a divison of ProEd Inc.) program's fundamental goal is to expand science and computer literacy around the world. This program was started by scientists from Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, and NIH in order to create a fun and enthusiastic environment that nurtures the natural curiosity of children while making science education fun and entertaining for all.
Interested in Science and Computer Camps for Summer 2004? We have just what you need! BETR World offers a range of summer camps through Fairfax (VA) and Montgomery (MD) Counties. Click the Camps link for more information and online registration.
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