The European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) is a European-wide qualification that enables you to demonstrate your competence in computer skills. It covers a range of specific knowledge areas and skill sets, broken down into seven modules. Module 4: Spreadsheets covers the basic concepts of spreadsheets and the ability to use a spreadsheet application on a PC. Included are the basic operations for developing, formatting and using a spreadsheet, together with the use of basic formulas and functions to carry out standard mathematical and logical operations. Importing objects and creating graphs and charts are also covered. This study guide takes you through all the knowledge areas and skills required to pass Module 4 of the ECDL syllabus. Throughout we have used clear, jargon free, self-paced exercises to provide you with an understanding of all the key elements needed for the ECDL Test.Edgar Koemer and Ursula Koemer HONDA Raamp;D Europe (Germany) Ltd., Future Technology Division, Offenbach/Main, Germany, email: Edgar. ... However, bi- directional processing by itself does not resolve the problem of combinatorial explosion. ... First, activation of an initial hypothesis should be based on evaluation of afferent stream by ensemble coincidence ... milliseconds more than the time required for pure signal transmission from retina to IT without any additional delay .
|Title||:||ECDL Module 4: Spreadsheets|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2001-01-29|