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Computer Animation It will not be an exaggeration to say that animation can bring the dullest of the features to life. It has the magic of injecting energy and emotions into the most seemingly inanimate objects.

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For purposes of this exemption, a computer is defined as a central processing unit (CPU), along with various other components including monitor, keyboard, ...

Software Engineering 2004

SE2004 Volume - 8/23/2004 ii Preface This document was developed through an effort originally commissioned by the ACM Education Board and the IEEE-Computer Society Educational Activities Board to create curriculum recommendations in several computing disciplines: computer science, computer ...


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Computer programming 3 3 of 158 10/14/07 11:05 AM goal of this text book The goal of this book is to provide a free downloadable text that can be used in college and high school computer programming classes.

Computer Animation

Computer Animation What is animation? According to Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, animation is the state of being lively, brisk, vigorous quality.

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October 2006 Number 271 COMPUTER CRIME An increasing number of domestic and international criminal activities are using the Internet. Computers and other electronic devices can be tools to commit crime or are targeted by criminals.


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