Computer science source book
A spinoff volume derived entirely from the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology (6th edition, 1987) with articles arranged by chapter within section-not alphabetically. This book is one of the titles in our new Science Reference Series, a series designed to serve the educational & professional needs of individuals who do not have access to the parent 20-volume set. A comprehensive, topical treatment of computer science & data processing-includes artificial intelligence, LANs & WANs, operating systems, programming languages, electronic mail, & supercomputers. The topics are covered in approximately 60 "articles."
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Types of Computer 5
Architecture end Circuitry
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algebra algorithm amplifier analog computer applications architecture array artificial intelligence binary bits boolean boolean algebra bubble bytes called capability cathode-ray tube central processing unit character chip ciphertext complex components Computer storage technology computer system cryptographic data base Data communications data-base management system data-processing devices Digital computer disk display electronic elements engineering equations example execution expert systems function gallium arsenide gate graph graphics hardware implementation input instruction integrated circuits interaction linear logic machine magnetic main memory mathematical matrix methods microcomputer microprocessor node object operating system operational amplifier output parameters performance pixel plaintext problem procedure processor programming language recording resistors result robot semiconductor sequence signal silicon simulation specific speech speed statement storage stored structure switching symbols tape task techniques terminal tion transistor typically variables voltage word