There are 13 chapters which each chapter discusses about general topics and daily life. After following this course, the students are expected to have sufficient knowledge of general vocabulary and grammar. So it can support them in learning their main subject: information technology and computer.
Nonnative English speakers will improve their knowledge and understanding of core computing technology with this workbook that includes self-study exercises and practical classroom activities, making it easy to revise classroom knowledge at home. A variety of productive and engaging activities such as word games, crosswords, speaking exercises, and group games make learning, revising, and testing English easy and fun. The format is simple to use, with clear instructions and an answer key, and this fully updated edition gives readers the latest necessary terminology in a fast-paced industry.
5th Language and Technology Conference, LTC 2011, Poznań, Poland, November 25--27, 2011, Revised Selected Papers
Author: Zygmunt Vetulani
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th Language and Technology Conference: Challenges for Computer Science and Linguistics, LTC 2011, held in Poznan, Poland, in November 2011. The 44 revised and in many cases substantially extended papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 111 submissions. The focus of the papers is on the following topics: speech, parsing, computational semantics, text analysis, text annotation, language resources: general issues, language resources: ontologies and Wordnets and machine translation.
The main objective of FEEMCE 2013 is to provide a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Energy, Environmental Materials and Civil Engineering. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.
Written in Accordance with CBSE Syllabus for Board Examination to be Held in 2009 and 2010 This textbook is a sequel to the Textbook of Computer Science for Class XI. It is written in a simple, direct style for maximum clarity. It comprehensively covers the Class XII CBSE syllabus of Computer Science (subject code 083). The goal of the book is to develop the student’s proficiency in fundamentals and make the learning process creative, engrossing and interesting. There are practice exercises and questions throughout the text, designed on the pattern of sample question papers published by CBSE. The approach of this book is to teach the students through extensive “skill and drill” type exercises in order to make them high-ranking achievers in the Board examinations. KEY FEATURES Provides accurate and balanced coverage of topics as prescribed in the CBSE syllabus code 083. Builds a solid programming foundation in C++. Students can prepare a Practical File with solved programming examples given in the text. End-of-chapter questions help teachers prepare assignments for self-practice by the students. End-of-chapter Programming Exercises help students in preparing for the Board practical examination. Solved questions at the end of each chapter prepare students for the Board theory examination. For further guidance on how to use this book effectively, e-mail the author using [email protected]
"This book provides fundamental research on the architecture of learning technology systems, discussing such issues as the common structures in LTS and solutions for specific forms such as knowledge-based, distributed, or adaptive applications of e-learning. Researchers, and scholars in the fields of learning content software development, computing and educational technologies, and e-learning will find it an invaluable resource"--Provided by publisher.
Author: Chairman of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence and Director of the Center for Advanced Software Applications Geoffrey Sampson
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
In computer processing of natural language there is an urgent need for a standardized classification of the structural elements of language. This book provides the first public definition of such a scheme for English, based on large samples of real-life use of British and American written and spoken English. For any example of English the SUSANNE analytic scheme specifies a unique annotation describing all its structural properties.
When one looks at the history of English Studies there has been a noticeable proliferation of research interests since the 1970s. As a result of such development, attempts have been made to create a new basis for communication and cooperation inside Anglistics and across disciplines. Making a case for a Dialogic Anglistics is such an attempt. A Dialogic Anglistics is based on a normative concept of dialogue aiming for egalitarian forms of cooperation both inside, between and across disciplines leading to the redefinition of old and creation of manifold new directions for English Studies. In the nineteen articles presented in this volume dialogic encounters are encouraged both within and between different fields within Anglistics. Furthermore, dialogic links are created with colleagues from other academic disciplines.