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the difference between the number and the base raised to the n th power minus one.
For example, complement of 37i0 = 102 - 1 - 37 = 6210. In Boolean algebra, the
complement of a variable is the reverse (NOT) of its value. For example,
complement of A is A.
Completely connected network: A network in which there is a separate physical
link for connecting each node to any other node in the network.
Complex Instruction Set Computer (CISC) architecture: An architecture of CPUs
with large instruction set, variable-length instructions, and a variety of addressing
Computer: An electronic device that can automatically accept and store input data,
process them, and produce output results by interpreting and executing
Computer Aided Design (CAD): Use of computers to automate design and
Computer Aided Instruction (CAI): A general term that refers to a learning
situation in which the student interacts with (and is guided by) a computer through
a course of study aimed at achieving certain instructional goals. Also called
Computer Aided Education (CAE).
Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM): Use of computers to automate
Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools: A set of software tools that
provide a wide range of features for creation of better and more reliable software
products within less time and with less effort.
Computer animation: The area of computer science, which deals with the
generation, sequencing, and display (at a specified rate) of a set of images (called
frames) to create an effect of visual change or motion, similar to a movie film
(video). Animation is commonly used in those instances where videography is not
possible or animation can better illustrate the concept than video.
Computer audio: The area of computer science, which deals with synthesizing,
recording, and playback of audio or sound with the aid of a computer. Computer graphics: The area of computer science, which deals with the
generation, representation, manipulation and display...
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- Spring '14