CAS - Computing


  • CAS latency (column address strobe or column address select), a latency in reading computer memory
  • Central Authentication Service, a single sign-on protocol
  • Channel Associated Signaling, a type of communication signaling
  • Code Access Security in the Microsoft .NET framework
  • Common Analysis System, sometimes Common Analysis Structure, a type of data structure used with UIMA
  • Compare-and-swap, a special CPU instruction
  • Computer algebra system, a software program that facilitates symbolic mathematics
  • Consumer alert system, a spyware/adware program
  • Content-addressable storage, a data storage mechanism
  • Cycle-accurate simulator, a computer program that simulates a microarchitecture cycle-accurate
  • Conditional access system, a technology used in STBs to conditionally allow viewing of TV channels

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Computing Ordinary Derivatives Using Logarithmic Derivatives
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The Reversibility of Physics and Reversible Computing
... The implementation of reversible computing thus amounts to learning how to characterize and control the physical dynamics of mechanisms to carry out desired computational operations so precisely that we can ... of ultra-precise new physical mechanisms for computing, there is at present no fundamental reason to think that this goal cannot eventually be accomplished, allowing us to someday ... of the research that has been done in reversible computing was the first seminal paper on the topic, which was published by Charles H ...
Human-centered Computing
... Human-centered computing (HCC) is an emerging, interdisciplinary academic field broadly concerned with computing and computational artifacts as they relate to the human condition ... who affiliate themselves with human-centered computing usually come from one or more of the following disciplines computer science, sociology, psychology, cognitive ... The term "human-centered computing" was first defined by Rob Kling and Susan Leigh Star in the paper "Human Centered Systems in the Perspective of Organizational and Social ...
Dvorak Awards
... Awards for Excellence in Communication were established by computing columnist John C ... businesses both inside and outside the computing industry also assumed sponsorship ... Dvorak judged the awards in collaboration with a committee of computing industry experts who were recruited annually ...