Computer Sciences: Social applications
Roger R. Flynn
Macmillan, 2002 - Computer science - 4 pages
Reviews the history of computer science, discusses concepts, and profiles contributors in the field. Also explores the impact of computers on society, with examples in literature and film to illustrate and support trends. Organized in four separate topical volumes, with articles in each volume arranged A-Z . Includes illustrations, sidebars, bibliographies, filmographies, timelines, charts, and a glossary. For general audiences. 4 volumes.
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