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Negros Oriental State University – Wikipedia

Negros Oriental State University
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Former names

  • Negros Oriental Provincial School (1907–1927)
  • Negros Oriental Trade School (1927-1956)
  • East Visayan School of Arts and Trades (1956-1983)
  • Central Visayas Polytechnic College (1983-2004)
Motto Culture of Service and Excellence
Type Public
State Research Non-profit Coeducational Higher education institution
Established 1907

Academic affiliations

AACUP, PASUC
Chairman Perfecto A. Alibin, Ed.D.
President Joel P. Limson, Ph.D.
Vice-president Dr. Noel Marjon E. Yasi
(VP for Administration, Planning and Development)

Dr. Rosemarie T. Pinili
(VP for Academic Affairs)

Dr. Merivic G. Catada
(VP for Research, Extension and International Linkages)

Undergraduates 23,354
Postgraduates 770
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Location , ,
Campus
  • Main Campus I & II (Bajumpandan)
  • Mabinay Campus
  • Bais Campus I & II
  • Guihulngan Campus
  • Siaton Campus
  • Bayawan-Sta. Catalina Campus
  • Pamplona Campus
Colors Blue   and   White
Nickname Norsunian
Mascot NORSU Tigers
Website www.norsu.edu.ph

Negros Oriental State University is the only state university in the

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NASA – Birth of the Mouse



We take the computer mouse for granted now, using it countless times a day to do work or homework, to pay bills or buy things, or just to poke around looking for cool Web sites.

But the device started out as “one small and relatively simple component” of a broader goal, according to Bob Taylor, who provided NASA funding for research that led to the device in the early 1960s.

At that time, Taylor points out, computers were still “thought of as arithmetic machines.” Taylor was working on flight control systems, flight displays and simulation technology for NASA. He says neither he nor Doug Englebart, the researcher who led the mouse project for the Stanford Research Institute, were interested in using computers that way.

“I was on the lookout for new ways of using computers to make them more useful, more interactive in some sense,” says Taylor. Englebart approached Taylor

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Computers & Industrial Engineering – Journal

Industrial engineering is one of the earliest fields to utilize computers in research, education, and practice. Over the years, computers and electronic communication have become an integral part of industrial engineering. Computers & Industrial Engineering (CAIE) is aimed at an audience of researchers…

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Who Invented the Computer? | HowStuffWorks

Some people might have been discouraged, but not Babbage. Instead of simplifying his design to make the Difference Engine easier to build, he turned his attention to an even grander idea — the Analytical Engine, a new kind of mechanical computer that could make even more complex calculations, including multiplication and division.

The basic parts of the Analytical Engine resemble the components of any computer sold on the market today. It featured two hallmarks of any modern machine: a central processing unit, or CPU, and memory. Babbage, of course, didn’t use those terms. He called the CPU the “mill.” Memory was known as the “store.” He also had a device — the “reader” — to input instructions, as well as a way to record, on paper, results generated by the machine. Babbage called this output device a printer, the precursor of inkjet and laser printers so common

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Computer Skills: Definitions and Examples

Today, nearly every job requires a basic understanding of computers, and many jobs involve intermediate to advanced computer skills. This can include knowledge of specific software, applications or devices. Below, you’ll discover more information about the type of computer skills employers commonly look for in job applicants.

If you aren’t sure how to show your computer skills on your resume, you can get professional help with our resume feedback questionnaire.

Related: Best Skills to Include on a Resume

What are computer skills?

Computer skills fit into two categories: hardware and software.

Hardware skills allow you to physically operate a computer. Hardware skills can be as simple as knowing how to turn devices on and off. They might also involve more complex tasks like connecting machines to networks, changing parts or fixing broken devices. For these complex tasks, many employers hire trained technicians with advanced computer skills.

Software skills help

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Gigablast – Gigabit Internet from Cox

1 Year Term Agreement
Your term agreement will be for 12 months. You may cancel within 30 days of the start of your agreement to avoid an early termination fee (ETF) by contacting Cox Customer Care by chat or phone at the number located on your bill. After that, you will be charged an ETF of up to $120 if you terminate Internet service or Internet service is disconnected. You will not be charged an ETF if you terminate TV, voice, or Homelife Automation services or if you upgrade or downgrade any of your services or rented equipment, but such changes to services or equipment may affect your rates and discounts. The full text of the term agreement is at cox.com/policies. Please read it carefully. Contact Cox Customer Care by phone if you have any questions or to make any changes to your account.

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