Lightweight, middleweight, and heavyweight threads

In computer programming, there are three types of threads: lightweight, middleweight, and heavyweight. Lightweight threads are threads that are scheduled by the operating system. They are also known as user-level threads. Middleweight threads are threads that are scheduled by a library or a runtime system. They are also known as kernel-level threads. Heavyweight threads are … Read more

Communications Act of 1934

The Communications Act of 1934 was a landmark piece of legislation that created the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and regulated the burgeoning telecommunications industry. The Act was the culmination of years of effort by the government to regulate the rapidly evolving technology of the time, and it has been amended numerous times over the years … Read more

Bio-inspired computing

Bio-inspired computing is a subfield of artificial intelligence that deals with the development of algorithms and computational techniques inspired by biological systems. Bio-inspired computing is an interdisciplinary field that draws inspiration from a wide range of disciplines, including biology, neuroscience, psychology, and physics. The goal of bio-inspired computing is to develop computational methods and systems … Read more