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Parallel Computing: Technology Trends by
Publication Date: 2020
The year 2019 marked four decades of cluster computing, a history that began in 1979 when the first cluster systems using Components Off The Shelf (COTS) became operational.
Flowchart and Algorithm Basics by
Publication Date: 2020-06-24
This book is designed to equip the reader with all of the best followed, efficient,well-structured program logics in the form of flowcharts and algorithms. The basicpurpose of flowcharting is to create the sequence of steps for showing the solution to problems through arithmetic and/or logical manipulations used to instruct computers. The applied and illustrative examples from different subject areas will definitely encourage readers to learn the logic leading to solid programming basics. Features: * Uses flowcharts and algorithms to solve problems from everyday applications, teaching the logic needed for the creation of computer instructions * Covers arrays, looping, file processing, etc.