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the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures

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Computer scientists can translate such constraint-satisfaction problems into symbolic logic, where each variable is either true or false.
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The largest Mersenne prime known previously was discovered in February 1992 at AEA Technology's Harwell Laboratory in England by computer scientists who were also conducting a test of a Cray Research supercomputer.
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The demand was for computer scientists, software architects and network engineers.
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The software program used for the Harwell discovery was written by David Slowinski and Paul Gage, two computer scientists at Cray Research.
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