How to Find Information: Computer Sciences

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British Library, 2003 - Computers - 106 pages

This useful guide outlines the major information sources in computer science. It includes the computer literature in the British Library collections, general reference material, specialist library collections, UK government and EU information sources, private and public research bodies, major computer publishers, online database searching, and sources of information by broad computing topics. Additionally there is information on computer system analysis and design, hardware and software, database design and development, computer communications and networking, technical standards, human-computer interaction, computer law, computer graphics and games, non-electronic computers, artificial intelligence and conclusions. This book will be invaluable for science students, IT professionals and journalists, and anyone requiring specialist information on this fast-moving area of technology.

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