Funds would be used to empower computer studies in all levels.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Computer Studies
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We have 301 other meanings of CS in our Acronym Attic
- Component Supplier
- Composite Service
- Compressed Sensing (signal processing)
- Compressor Subassembly
- Computer Science
- Computer Services
- Computer Society
- Computer Software
- Computer Station
- Computer Subsystem
- Computers and Security (International Federation of Information Processing journal)
- Computing Science
- Computing Services
- Conceptual Structures
- Concurrent Session (various organizations)
- Conditioned Stimulus (psychology/psychiatry)
- Conducted Susceptibility
- Confidential Source
- Confined Space
Samples in periodicals archive:
Several parliamentarians expressed perplexity over combination of computer studies and technical drawing into one school subject, according to the plenary session on October 15.
this framework agreement covers intellectual assistance services to project management in IT studies to meet the needs of the Client, including its establishment DEI, Department of Computer Studies.
University staff are furious at plans to make seven out of 16 people in the computer studies department redundant and fear job losses in other departments could be on the cards.
His dream is to go on to higher education and study technology and computer studies.
Italian Court of Appeal judge Torquato Gemelli used the same words to describe Knox's boyfriend and co-accused, computer studies graduate Raffaele Sollecito.
Computer studies student Sollecito, 24, made the claim in a notebook given to his lawyers entitled Notes On A Prison Journey.
This and other questions are addressed by a computer scientist who surveys achievements, potentials, and accompanying social challenges, making it a fine pick not just for libraries strong in computer studies, but for college-level and even general-interest holdings equally strong in social science.