Computers

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Childrens Press, 1982 - Computers - 45 pages
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Traces the development of the modern computer from the abacus and early card punch machines, introduces the basic principles of computer technology, and emphasizes the role of computers in our complex society.

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Contents

You Are a Computer
5
Modern Computers
25
Microchips and Microcomputers
39
Copyright

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Karen Jacobsen leads the Refugee and Forced Migration PrograKaren Jacobsen leads the Refugee and Forced Migration Program at the Feinstein Center at Tufts University and is also a m at the Feinstein Center at Tufts University and is also a Visiting Associate Professor at the Fletcher School of Law aVisiting Associate Professor at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Her work experience has included consultanciesnd Diplomacy. Her work experience has included consultancies in refugee camps in East Africa. She was a journalist in Za in refugee camps in East Africa. She was a journalist in Zambia for two years (1979-80) during the Rhodesian war. mbia for two years (1979-80) during the Rhodesian war.

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