CGS1000 - checkpoint 5 - from ordinary documents and...

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CHECKPOINT 5 PAG 273 LABEL THE FIGURE A5; B1; C8; D2; E4; F3; G6; H7; TRUE/FALSE 1T; 2T; 3F; 4T; 5T; 6T; 7F; 8F; 9F; 10F; 11F; 12T; PAG 274 MULTIPLE CHOICE 1B; 2B; 3A; 4D; 5C; 6B; 7D; 8C; 9A; 10D; 11C; 12A; 13B; 14C; PAG 275 MATCHING 1F ; 2G; 3E; 4D; 5L; 6I; 7H; 8J; 9B; 10C; SHORT ANSWER 1) A) Mechanical mouse; optical mouse; laser mouse; wireless mouse B) How they communicate with the computer. 2) A) Motion-sensing Game controllers allow the user to guide on-screen elements by moving a handheld input device in predetermined directions through the air. B) Wii remote is a motion sensing input device that uses Bluetooth wireless technology to communicate with Wii game console 3) A) It is a technology that involves reading typewritten, computer printed, or hand –printed characters
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Unformatted text preview: from ordinary documents and translating the images into a form that the computer can process. B) It is a technology that reads hand-drawn marks such as small circles or rectangles. 4) A) It is a physiological or behavioral characteristic. I.e., fingerprints. B) It translates a personal characteristic into a digital code that is compared with a digital code stored in the computer. 5) A) It is an amendment against disability discrimination. B) With gesture recognition, the computer will detect human motions. Computers will be able to recognize sign language, read lips, track facial movements, or follow eye gazes....
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2009 for the course CGS 1000 taught by Professor Cook during the Summer '09 term at University of South Florida Sarasota–Manatee .

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