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    • Essay length: 3810 words
    • Submitted: 04/01/2011
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ivor Borkin 30/11/2013
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    Cisc v risc. To begin this assignment , I will outline the definition of cisc and risc . Cisc stands for complex instruction set computing and Risc stands for reduced instruction set computing . these two concepts are both types of instruction sets used

    A lot of copied and misunderstood material and far too detailed at this level. Also lots of spelling, grammar and some factual errors. However the second half of…

    • Essay length: 3112 words
    • Submitted: 24/11/2011
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ivor Borkin 30/11/2013
  3. Introduction to Computer Forensics

    • Essay length: 1560 words
    • Submitted: 26/06/2012

"Computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes."

-Edsger Dijkstra

If you're the kind of person that chooses a laptop based solely on the colour and shape, you can stop reading here. If, on the other hand, you've alwaysloved digging into the underlying mechanics of computers, trying your hand at writing software and replacing hardware, then a university degree in computer science could be an excellent choice for you.

To demonstrate full understanding of the course material, students of computer science will be expected to write papers. If you'd like to sharpen yourwriting skills, visit Marked by Teachers' collection of mathematical and computer science essays. Study from our teacher-annotated examples, and soon you'll be able to write as logically in English as you can in C++.

Computer science graduates usually go on to apply their skills directly to their careers, whether they find themselves withinbusiness, finance, government, academia or even the video games industry.


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  • This report focuses on how the OSI (Open System Interconnection) and TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) compare and contrast.

    "Conclusion: Because the OSI model was developed before the protocols were invented, it is not biased towards any of them. That makes it a general model. In contrast, the TCP/IP was just a description of already existing protocols. That makes it an applied suite for internetworking. It is relatively simple and reliable and available on virtually every hardware and operating system."

  • What Was the Tsarist Political System? To What Extent Had It Changed By 1914?

    "In conclusion it is clear that the Tsarist system was on a slippery slope. The Tsars knew from other countries experience that autocracy would crumble. I think that Alexander II tried to reform the system to bring the country up to date yet retain autocracy. However it could not happen as censorship made people uneducated and stopped the industry progressing. I think the Tsars after him tenuously held onto power by controlling the population in every aspect of life yet they tightened their grip so the country burst into revolution."

  • To what extent has the German electoral system shaped its party system and the development of the ma

    "In conclusion, then, the party system in Germany has been affected by many factors, including the role assigned to parties in the Basic Law, the role of the Federal Constitutional Court, sociology, and history, as well as the electoral system. It is difficult to see how any of these factors could be said to be pre-eminent, since they are intertwined to such a great extent, and it is also difficult to predict how the system will change in the future. The PDS, the remains of the old communist party in the GDR, is now in the Bundestag, and it is impossible to say how long they will stay there. Likewise the Greens. However, on the whole the history of the FRG is one of stable government, and this can be attributed to all of the factors noted above."

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