The McGraw-Hill Computer Handbook

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McGraw-Hill, 1983 - Computers - 950 pages
Computer history and concepts. Computer structures. Number systems and codes. Boolean algebra and logic networks. Sequential networks. The arithmetic-logic unit. The memory element; Software. Input, output, and secondary storage devices. Timesharing systems. Assembly and system level programming. Survey of high-level programming languages. Basic. Cobol. Fortran. Pascal. PL/I. Hardware and software documentation. Databases and file-system organization. Computer graphics. Artificial intelligence and robotics. Character printers. Graphics plotters. Survey of microprocessor technology. Microcomputers and programming. Subroutines, interrupts, and aritmetic. Interfacing concepts. Microcomputer operating systems. Audio output: speech and music. Voice recognition. Index.

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Computer Structures
2-1
System
2-6
Artificial Intelligence
5-21
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