Computer science source book

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McGraw-Hill, 1988 - Computers - 370 pages
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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Contents

Introduction
1
Types of Computer 5
24
Architecture end Circuitry
49
Copyright

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