Concise Encyclopedia of Computer Science
Edwin D. Reilly
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 3, 2004 - Computers - 902 pages
The Concise Encyclopedia of Computer Science has been adapted from the full Fourth Edition to meet the needs of students, teachers and professional computer users in science and industry. As an ideal desktop reference, it contains shorter versions of 60% of the articles found in the Fourth Edition, putting computer knowledge at your fingertips.
Organised to work for you, it has several features that make it an invaluable and accessible reference. These include:
Classification of articles around the following nine main themes allows you to follow a self study regime in a particular area:
Presenting a wide ranging perspective on the key concepts and developments that define the discipline, the Concise Encyclopedia of Computer Science is a valuable reference for all computer users.