16- What is the relationship between the MULTICS project and early development of computer society? When the project was created its primary goal was security. Not long after the restructuring of MULTICS several engineers created UNIX which wasn’t as secure. A year after, the microprocessor brought the personal computer. 17- How has computer security evolved into modern information security?
The “Altair Basic” was, “Microsoft 's first sale as a microcomputer software house"("Bill Gates”). However Bill Gates and Paul Allen didn 't invent the “Altair 8800” it was invented by MITS, a “build it yourself computer” meaning you can purchase the computer and then program it however you would like to. Bill Gates and Paul Allen programed it so it was the very first personal computer to have a language program, meaning a computer at home can now have words and letters on screen. After they programmed it to do this they sold their invention back to MITS and called it the “Altair BASIC”. Microsoft was established in 1975, however its first five customers went bankrupt ("Microsoft").
With the first ever computer invented in early 1820’s, it took more than century for the first software to be developed (with first computer program developed in 1976). After a year since first computer program was developed, in 1977 Isaac Asimov went on very far and even write a short story True Love, about very powerful software which has the ability to
Mendeleev didn 't discover some elements so he left gaps in his table, which were filled in later. He knew they were elements are supposed to be in the gap, so he worked out their atomic mass, and predicted the elements properties. Mendeleev had a different periodic law, his law was that the table was set up from increasing atomic mass, certain sets recur periodically. But for sure, there 's no way we would have the periodic table we had today without Mendeleev’s help. The reason that Mendeleev didn 't group his table into atomic mass was because he did not know each element has a unique number of protons.
Lastly, Toy Story made history in 1995 being the first full length computer animated film (Kantilaftis). The detail in the first movie was well done, for what was technologically available. In 2010, Toy Story 3 was able to improve multiple aspects of the first movie, such as clothing (Robertson). Expression was also improved with more detail and eye mobility (Dunlop). CGI has
There has been a lot of technological progression throughout the years. The technological progression during 1900-1959 and 1960-today, which is better? That is a loaded question, but obviously the 1900-1959 era has had a lot more progression. For example, the tv, “Few inventions have had as much effect on contemporary American society as television” (History of Television). The first electronic tv was demonstrated in San Francisco on Sept. 7, 1927, it was created by Philo Taylor Farnsworth, a 21-year-old inventor.
His line of reasoning is that "the original autopsies had revealed no marks of force" (203). Writing this, he proposes that SIDS may have been an unfortunate event that happened to Noe, even if it was eight infant deaths. With what Gawande examined, if they judge Marie Noe with the use of science, such as the example evidence of SIDS, she will be judged from circumstantial evidence. With all that of what Gawande describes the limits of science, he writes, "Science often can provide only circumstantial evidence" (204), explaining that it is how science is limited in the use of determining the guilt of a child abuse
Understanding technology has always been a strong point as I grew up in a home with a computer programmer/repairman who taught me to always be open to new technologies. I’d say that overall my strengths surprised me the most, but that is a good
The human race has got to see some of the top best inventions during the 20th century, for example- the radio, the airplane, nuclear power, automobile, and the one that has by far made human life easy and efficient is the computer. The invention of the computer has led to some of the most significant concepts, ideas, and inventions that eventually led to the evolution of human life. And the major ones are, the internet, long distance communication, easy and safe research and much more! The computer was invented by Charles Babbage, an English mechanical engineer, and polymath who is also titled as the “father of computers”. He invented the first fully operating computer in the early 19th century.
According to Mary Parker Follet (1941), management is the process of “getting things done through people”. (Khan A. Imaad,2008). Over the course of the years many theories and perspectives have been created as a conclusive result of many research studies. Two such approaches are the theory of ‘Scientific Management’ and the ‘Human Relations’ approach. Frederick Taylor’s Scientific Management is popularly known as the first theory in management history (Stoner, Edward, Gilbert, 2003).
I learned that from trial and error with some troubleshooting in-between. CHAN extensions never linked all the info so I would remake the extensions and have the same results. I decided to the just try my luck with PJ and it worked right away. The same setup was used to the softphone with the extensions and then linked the same setup on the X-lite application itself. The one issue that came up while setting up the lines was that asterisk 13 doesn’t use the same port for PJSIP as it does for CHANSIP.
Unknown #10 produced no identifiable macroscopic characteristics as a broth, so the first step was to Gram stain a loopful to determine the microscopic characteristics. Gram staining not only helped identify Unknown #10’s microscopic morphology but it also helped ensure the specimen was a pure culture—no other bacteria were visible when Unknown #10 was Gram stained and observed under the microscope. Unknown #10’s key microscopic morphology was that it was a very small, Gram negative bacillus. Though bacilli can possibly form endospores, no empty white centers were visible which suggested that Unknown #10 was not an endospore forming bacteria. No quick endospore stain was performed to validate this assumption since only one assigned organism was endospore forming and unlike Unknown #10, that organism was Gram positive.
Secondly, there was the fact that there was only one chance to test. Just like the astronauts who only had one chance of trying and succeeding, our team only could conduct the trial once, for a duration of 3 minutes. This is similar to Apollo 13 because if they had not done well on the first try, they could not have tried again since there would be dangerous amounts of carbon dioxide and too little oxygen in the ship. Had it been possible to attempt numerous times, it would have been less harder to resolve the problem in the first few tries. In summary, there were multiple connections between the astronauts in Apollo 13 and us, along with the many other things we learned about both
For the engineering profile assignment, I chose to write about a well-known computer scientist Dave Cutler. As I am a computer science major myself, I decided to dig through his information and found out that he developed multiple operating systems as a software developer. Due to the marvelous operating systems he has created over his long career, he has been heavily praised as one of the most brilliant minds of operating system development. Reading the intriguing information on his accomplishments in operating system development made me feel inspired in writing about him and enhanced my love for computer science in general. Thus, an innovative goal just popped in my head and it was to design an operating system for any multimillionaire corporation to raise the potential of tangible
The main reason I want to attend vocational school is to prepare myself for life after high school. I have always been fascinated with computers, and how they connect our entire world. Though computers are still fairly new, they are ever advancing. Computers are the future of the modern world, and I want to learn everything there is to know about them. Every big company needs people to manage their computer systems.