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Jul
22
accepted Can we illustrate a CPU pipeline with a UML sequence diagram?
Jul
22
comment Can we illustrate a CPU pipeline with a UML sequence diagram?
@RobertHarvey Ok...But it's still not strictly UMl and I'd like to be clear about what's data and what's time. In this illustration data is just flowing back and forth and propagating, there is no easy way to follow time like an UML sequence diagram has.
Jul
22
revised Can we illustrate a CPU pipeline with a UML sequence diagram?
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Jul
22
revised Can we illustrate a CPU pipeline with a UML sequence diagram?
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Jul
22
asked Can we illustrate a CPU pipeline with a UML sequence diagram?
Jul
16
asked Alternatives to Traditional Password Authentication
Jul
10
asked Is where a link goes part of a view use case?
Jun
29
revised How advanced are author-recognition methods?
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Jun
29
asked How advanced are author-recognition methods?
Jun
26
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
25
awarded  Famous Question
Jun
17
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
16
accepted Why isn't reflection on the SCJP / OCJP?
Jun
15
asked Tests for emptiness vs tests for nothingness
Jun
13
revised How to solve the problem of nested comments
changed wording from solution to workaround, better workd for it
Jun
13
asked How to solve the problem of nested comments
May
23
awarded  Popular Question
May
22
awarded  Good Question
May
1
comment Did I answer this correctly and concisely?
@Mat Thank you for the comment. I understand what you say and I'd like to add that these very broad generalizations might actually be good prep for typical interview question from large companies when they hire programmers the companies might very well ask the candidate check questions that are just like comparing two languages e.g. "What is the difference how dynamic memory is allocated in C and C++" is an interview question that I've verified that other programmers were also asked.
May
1
revised Did I answer this correctly and concisely?
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