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Computer scientist

A computer scientist is a person who has acquired the knowledge of computer science, the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation and their application. Computer scientists work on the theoretical side of computer systems, as opposed to the hardware side on which computer engineers focus. Although computer scientists can focus their work and research on specific areas, their foundation is the theoretical study of computing from which these other fields derive. A primary goal of computer scientists is to develop or validate models mathematical, to describe the properties of computer-based systems with an overall objective of discovering designs that yield useful benefits. Most computer scientists are required to possess a Ph. D. M. S. or B. S. in computer science, or other similar fields like Information and Computer Science, or a related discipline such as mathematics or physics. Theoretical computer science – including data structures and algorithms, theory of computation, information theory and coding theory, programming language theory, formal methods Computer systems – including computer architecture and computer engineering, computer performance analysis and distributed computing, computer networks, computer security and cryptography, databases.

Computer applications – including computer graphics and visualization, human–computer interaction, scientific computing, artificial intelligence. Software engineering - the application of engineering to software development in a systematic method Computer scientists are hired by software publishing firms, scientific research and development organizations where they develop the theories that allow new technologies to be developed. Computer scientists are employed by educational institutions such as universities. Computer scientists can follow more practical applications of their knowledge, doing things such as software engineering, they can be found in the field of information technology consulting, may be seen as a type of mathematician, given how much of the field depends on mathematics. Computer scientists employed in industry may advance into managerial or project leadership positions. Employment prospects for computer scientists are said to be excellent; such prospects seem to be attributed, in part, to rapid growth in computer systems design and related services industry, the software publishing industry, which are projected to be among the fastest growing industries in the U.

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Ostrov, Russia

Ostrov is the name of several inhabited localities in Russia. As of 2010, one rural locality in Bryansk Oblast bears this name: Ostrov, Bryansk Oblast, a village in Olsufyevsky Selsoviet of Zhukovsky District As of 2010, two rural localities in Ivanovo Oblast bear this name: Ostrov, Komsomolsky District, Ivanovo Oblast, a village in Komsomolsky District Ostrov, Verkhnelandekhovsky District, Ivanovo Oblast, a village in Verkhnelandekhovsky District As of 2010, two rural localities in Kaluga Oblast bear this name: Ostrov, Zhizdrinsky District, Kaluga Oblast, a village in Zhizdrinsky District Ostrov, Zhukovsky District, Kaluga Oblast, a selo in Zhukovsky District As of 2010, one rural locality in the Republic of Karelia bears this name: Ostrov, Republic of Karelia, a village in Pudozhsky District As of 2010, three rural localities in Kirov Oblast bear this name: Ostrov, Kumensky District, Kirov Oblast, a village in Vichevsky Rural Okrug of Kumyonsky District Ostrov, Zarechensky Rural Okrug, Podosinovsky District, Kirov Oblast, a village in Zarechensky Rural Okrug of Podosinovsky District Ostrov, Podosinovsky District, Kirov Oblast, a village under the administrative jurisdiction of the urban-type settlement of Podosinovets, Podosinovsky District As of 2010, eight rural localities in Leningrad Oblast bear this name: Ostrov, Bolshedvorskoye Settlement Municipal Formation, Boksitogorsky District, Leningrad Oblast, a village in Bolshedvorskoye Settlement Municipal Formation of Boksitogorsky District Ostrov, Radogoshchinskoye Settlement Municipal Formation, Boksitogorsky District, Leningrad Oblast, a village in Radogoshchinskoye Settlement Municipal Formation of Boksitogorsky District Ostrov, Gatchinsky District, Leningrad Oblast, a village under the administrative jurisdiction of Druzhnogorskoye Settlement Municipal Formation of Gatchinsky District Ostrov, Kirovsky District, Leningrad Oblast, a village in Sukhovskoye Settlement Municipal Formation of Kirovsky District Ostrov, Tikhvinsky District, Leningrad Oblast, a village in Melegezhskoye Settlement Municipal Formation of Tikhvinsky District Ostrov, Khvalovskoye Settlement Municipal Formation, Volkhovsky District, Leningrad Oblast, a village in Khvalovskoye Settlement Municipal Formation of Volkhovsky District Ostrov, Selivanovskoye Settlement Municipal Formation, Volkhovsky District, Leningrad Oblast, a village in Selivanovskoye Settlement Municipal Formation of Volkhovsky District Ostrov, Vyborgsky District, Leningrad Oblast, a logging depot settlement under the administrative jurisdiction of Kamennogorskoye Settlement Municipal Formation of Vyborgsky District As of 2010, two rural localities in Moscow Oblast bear this name: Ostrov, Leninsky District, Moscow Oblast, a selo in Molokovskoye Rural Settlement of Leninsky District Ostrov, Taldomsky District, Moscow Oblast, a village in Yermolinskoye Rural Settlement of Taldomsky District As of 2010, eleven rural localities in Novgorod Oblast bear this name: Ostrov, Moykinskoye Settlement, Batetsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Moykinskoye Settlement of Batetsky District Ostrov, Peredolskoye Settlement, Batetsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Peredolskoye Settlement of Batetsky District Ostrov, Borovichsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Zhelezkovskoye Settlement of Borovichsky District Ostrov, Demyansky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Polnovskoye Settlement of Demyansky District Ostrov, Khvoyninsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Dvorishchenskoye Settlement of Khvoyninsky District Ostrov, Lyubytinsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village under the administrative jurisdiction of the urban-type settlement of Lyubytino, Lyubytinsky District Ostrov, Lyubytinsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village under the administrative jurisdiction of the urban-type settlement of Nebolchi, Lyubytinsky District Ostrov, Pestovsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Bogoslovskoye Settlement of Pestovsky District Ostrov, Dubrovskoye Settlement, Soletsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Dubrovskoye Settlement of Soletsky District Ostrov, Vybitskoye Settlement, Soletsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Vybitskoye Settlement of Soletsky District Ostrov, Volotovsky District, Novgorod Oblast, a village in Slavitinskoye Settlement of Volotovsky District As of 2010, three rural localities in Oryol Oblast bear this name: Ostrov, Kolpnyansky District, Oryol Oblast, a village in Yarishchensky Selsoviet of Kolpnyansky District Ostrov, Livensky District, Oryol Oblast, a selo in Ostrovskoy Selsoviet of Livensky District Ostrov, Maloarkhangelsky District, Oryol Oblast, a village in Podgorodnensky Selsoviet of Maloarkhangelsky District As of 2010, one rural locality in Perm Krai bears this name: Ostrov, Perm Krai, a village in Yurlinsky District As of 2010, nine inhabited localities in Pskov Oblast bear this name: Ostrov, Ostrovsky District, Pskov Oblast, a town in Ostrovsky District Ostrov, Bezhanitsky District, Pskov Oblast, a rural locality in Bezhanitsky District Ostrov, Gdovsky District, Pskov Oblast, a rural locality in Gdovsky District Ostrov, Nevelsky District, Pskov Oblast, a rural locality in Nevelsky District.

List of Parliamentary constituencies and Members of Parliament in Greater Manchester

The ceremonial and metropolitan county of Greater Manchester is divided into 27 Parliamentary constituencies—16 Borough constituencies and 11 County constituencies. The Boundary Commission for England recommended that the county should be divided into 27 constituencies for implementation at the 2010 general election; the constituencies were allocated to boroughs or groups of boroughs as follows: As part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies the Boundary Commission for England published in 2018 the following constituencies. Altrincham and Knutsford Ashton-under-Lyne and Stalybridge Blackley and Broughton Bolton North East Bolton West Bramhall and Wilmslow Bury Farnworth and Radcliffe Leigh Littleborough and Saddleworth Makerfield Manchester Central Manchester Gorton Manchester Withington Marple and Hyde Oldham North Oldham South and Droylsden Prestwich and Middleton Rochdale Salford and Eccles Stockport East and Denton Stockport West and Cheadle Stretford and Urmston Wigan Worsley and Eccles South Wythenshawe and Sale East A cell marked → indicates that the previous MP continued to sit under a new party name.

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