For a while now, the movement to get more women—especially women of color—into STEM has been gaining traction in America. Yet at multiple entry levels of interest, such as K-12 education, higher education, and eventually, the STEM workforce, statistics prove that there’s still a lot of work to be done. While girls seem just as […]
Note: This is a paper I wrote for my AH Computer Science course, hence the formality. Preface A stochastic process is a process that involves aggregating results to find patterns in an otherwise random-seeming phenomena. Sometimes we can’t determine exact functions for representing complicated events or processes and rather than assuming everything is arbitrary and random, […]
For years now scientist have been plagued with the following question: how do we leave our solar system and enter a new one? There have been many theories for exotic new space engines each one more effecient then the last one. The purpose of this article is to explain several different methods of travel. The […]
About Discrete Mathematics is probably the most fundamental mathematics in Computer Science. Skilled programmers and software designers should be fluent in this mathematics, possibly over Calculus, as the number of applications of subjects in the field of Discrete Mathematics exceed those of Calculus, with respect to Computer Science. This is a course I highly recommend […]
AI, or artificial intelligence, has been around for quite a while now. It forms a complicated branch of computer science in which computers are programmed to emulate the intellectual abilities of humans. Commonly used in computer games, it brings a new level of interaction between humans and glaring machines. The most complicated form of artificial […]
The binary numeral system is a numbering system that uses the digits 1 and 0. It is also referred to as the “base two numbering system” due to the fact that two different numbers are used. Contrary to popular belief, the system is rather easy to learn. You are most familiar with the base 10 […]
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