Sam Stokes on Research in your life and studies
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BarrelFish O/S, new operating system Barrelfish, Multi-core operating system, using BarrelFish in my master thesis, master thesis material, I need a master thesis idea
Bayesian, Bayesian Best-First Tree Search, Tree Search, Winning, Definition of Winning, Winning defined, Computer Go
Coding Example of Truncated Gaussian
Coding Example: Gaussian
Collaboration with VS
Cryptography Next Generation
free equation solver
free math solver
I am looking for an idea for a paper
I need a master thesis idea
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I need a reference for a paper
I need a subject for my biology paper
I need a subject for my digital media paper
Kinect for Windows SDK
Kinect, kinect SDK, I need an idea for a thesis, Project idea, Muscular Dystrophy, MDA, Visual Studio, VS 2010, XNA, Medical Research
Mars Climate Orbiter
master thesis material
Microsoft Developers Network
MSDN Academic Alliance
Multi-core operating system
new operating system Barrelfish
Software Engineering, Software Design, Security, Windows 7, Windows 7 Security, Security Hacks, Security in WPF, Security Essentials, SMT, Software Quality, Whitebox Fuzzers, SAGE
Software Test, Software Design, Software Architecture, Test manager, Visual studio ultimate, virtual hands on labs, hands on labs
using BarrelFish in my master thesis
Visual Studio 11
Visual Studio 12
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Visual Studio Team Systems
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Visual Studio Ultimate Collaboration, Collaboration with VS, CollabVS, Visual Studio and collaboration
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Could you organize a collaborative research project?
Using free stuff from Microsoft, could you organize a research project that was collaborative and be able to reach out all over the world for data and resources? Currently I have a relative that has PMP, an extremely rare type of cancer, about 300 cases in the year occur in the US, maybe 6,000...
25 May 2009
WTF#: Using F# to calculate Ballistics part 2
It was a quiet weekend here at Dana By the Sea, our neighbor’s son has apologized, of course in most any other neighborhood or time, his actions would have been of little note. But in these times of tightly packed urban neighborhoods and news like the recent shootings everyone is nervous. When I was...
6 Apr 2009
NASA chooses Microsoft to make space flight data more public
WOW! Take a look at the press pass (the news organ for Microsoft) at http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2009/mar09/03-24NASADataPR.mspx NASA press release: http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2009/mar/HQ_09-067_Microsoft_WorldWide_Telescope.html The deeper detail of the data share is to be revealed...
25 Mar 2009
WTF#: Changing the curriculum on programming for scientists and engineers
Changing the curriculum for Physics Majors and Engineers, as we can see, the process to prepare people who might be engineers and scientists (except for the computer scientists) need to have some modifications. First of all, the process of training engineers and scientists appears to be modified, the...
23 Mar 2009
WTF#: Could F# have saved the Mars Climate Orbiter?
The Mars Climate Orbiter likely failed due to one sensor passing data in the wrong units to the central processing units on the MCO. I have created a first cut demonstrating the use of the dimensional analysis capabilities in F#. It is a simple idea, but one that helps the engineers and scientists to...
17 Mar 2009
WTF#: F#, and the Mars Climate Orbiter (MCO) crash in 1998
OMG: Slide Rules and F#, ‘sup with that? World of Twitter, Facebook, $300 computers running Windows 7, why would I even mention this arcane tool? F# and Slide Rules have something in common: Dimensional Analysis. In F# you can use dimensional analysis to implement your programs. What does this mean?...
9 Mar 2009
WTF#: Syllabus for the rest of the students at a university, with a focus on Functional Programming
Information science and computer science pretty much control the programming classes and curriculum at the universities, colleges and trade schools. Most of the training is either to implement and manage systems or how to write programs and think about new problems and solutions. It is all good and needed...
21 Feb 2009
F#, Imperative Languages and Identifiers
OMG! I got pulled off my usual job of doing a bunch of things and have been focused on getting students involved in the Imagine Cup Software Design Invitational in the United States. Then it was Christmas and I ate to many cookies, etc. Finally I ignored my one comment from a int19h, and when you get...
29 Dec 2008
Using F# to solve a standard engineering problem
F# has many interesting features, such as the use of lists, maps, and so forth. There are many blogs and websites dedicated to discussing the computer science side of F#, and for good reason the language supports these types of efforts. However, what about the rest of the computational users, for instance...
3 Dec 2008
Happy Birthday John Blackus, inventor of FORTRAN
Dec. 3 is the birthday of John Blackus, he was one of the principle inventors of FORTRAN, see the article found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FORTRAN In my opinion, John Blackus best quote describing a motivation to continue to create programming systems: · “Much of my work has come from...
3 Dec 2008
Somewhere to show you how to get started creating your Sensor Touch
It can be difficult to get started, and fortunately there is a web page that you can use to start experimenting with an accessible web page. You will have to use the View Source to check out the code, on IE7 you would use the Page button and then select the "View Source" you will see the HTML. It is...
29 Aug 2008
Sensor touch: Fun in reaching out
There have been a bunch of movies and even more stories where the bad guys or good guys are able to interact physically at a distance. Usually there is violence involved, but what kind of fun can we have? Well I am assuming that everyone who wants to take apart their Xbox controller to use it in our...
26 Aug 2008
eScience and Research at Microsoft: Excitement about the Olympics, where is the edge of performance?
Well the Olympics continue and the Chinese are really showing off their abilities with a real leadership in Gold Medals. And it is a good thing that Michael Phelps, a resident of California, showed up since it appears that he currently has won a large percentage of the US Gold Medals. Gymnastics is about...
15 Aug 2008
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