Automata Theory


Automata Theory, concept that describes how machines mimic human behavior. The theory proposes that human physical functions and behavior can be simulated by a mechanical or computer-controlled device. Applications of automata theory have included imitating human comprehension and reasoning skills using computer programs, duplicating the function of muscles and tendons by hydraulic systems or electric motors, and reproducing sensory organs by electronic sensors such as smoke detectors.

How Robots Work

 How Robots Work

How Robots Work
The inspiration for the design of a robot manipulator is the human arm, but with some differences. For example, a robot arm can extend by telescoping—that is, by sliding cylindrical sections one over another to lengthen the arm. Robot arms also can be constructed so that they bend like an elephant trunk. Grippers, or end effectors, are designed to mimic the function and structure of the human hand. Many robots are equipped with special purpose grippers to grasp particular devices such as a rack of test tubes or an arc-welder.

How Supercomputers Work

How Supercomputers Work

 The two major components of a supercomputer are the same as any other computer—a central processing unit (CPU) where instructions are carried out, and the memory in which data and instructions are stored. The CPU in a supercomputer is similar in function to a standard personal computer (PC) CPU, but it usually has a different type of transistor technology that minimizes transistor switching time. Switching time is the length of time that it takes for a transistor in the CPU to open or close, which corresponds to a piece of data moving or changing value in the computer. This time is extremely important in

C Program to demonstrate the use of printf statement

C Program to demonstrate the use of printf statement

//C Program to demonstrate the use of printf statement to print values of variables of different data types.

Virtual Reality

 Understanding Virtual Reality 


The idea of virtual reality is based on the regular mix of two words: the virtual and the genuine. The previous signifies "almost" or "theoretically," which prompts an encounter that is close reality using innovation. Programming makes and presents virtual universes that are capable by clients who wear equipment gadgets, for example, goggles, earphones, and unique gloves. Together, the client can see and connect with the virtual world as though from the inside. 


Bitcoin

 What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a digital currency created in January 2009. It follows the ideas put in the papers by the mysterious and (not the actual) Satoshi Nakamoto.1 The identity of the person or people who created the technology remains a mystery. Bitcoin offers a lower transaction fee than traditional online payment methods and, unlike government funds, is used by a lower authority.

Bitcoin is a form of cryptocurrency. There are no portable bitcoins, only the ratings kept on the public ledger everyone has open access. All bitcoin transactions are guaranteed by a large amount of computer power. Bitcoins are not issued or sponsored by any banks or governments, and individual bitcoins are not as valuable as assets. Although not a legal tender, Bitcoin is very popular and has led to the introduction of hundreds of other cryptocurrencies, collectively called altcoins. Bitcoin is often abbreviated as "BTC."

Automata Theory