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This free online computer science course is an introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science. Topics... see more

This is an online demo in Flash to show how to use Hamming code for error correction.

CSRankings.org is designed to identify institutions and faculty actively engaged in research across a number of areas of... see more

Demonstrates how to carry out addition of binary numbers, and indicates how and when overflow occurs. The concept of... see more

AL is an assembly language simulator that teaches basic assembly language ideas, the concept of program assembly and the... see more

This power presentation gives an introduction to tools used in compiler construction

MS Windows based (XP, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10) CPU and OS simulator. This is an integrated simulator with a high degree of user... see more

Facebook's Open Compute Project (2013) is an open source electronics hardware design platform for creating disruptive... see more

A basic tutorial on Binary numbers and Binary arithmetic, from Harvard University's CS50 class.

Modern computer technology requires an understanding of both hardware and software, as the interaction between the two... see more

Computer BUS help and information with a full listing of computer buses and related questions and answers.

This is a book that covers the design of databases and architecture.

This video provides an introduction to the history of computer architecture, which can be played in a lecture.

this training initiates the user to the virtualisation field where he can create virtual machines for different purposes... see more

To demonstrate the power of GPU programming

Peer J Computer Science is the new open access, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal covering all subject areas of computer... see more

This course gives complete view of compter hardware and how computers are connected through the internet.This course is... see more

A set of tutorials for learning Verilog. Can make for a good reference, but isn't a course or textbook in itself.