The McGraw-Hill Computer Handbook
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.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
19 other sections not shown
addition applied arithmetic array assigned attributes basic beginning binary block Boolean byte called carry cell character circuit clock column combination condition connected contains contents core corresponding counter decimal defined described device digit direction disk display entry example execution expression Figure flip-flop format function gate given head illustrate indicated input instruction interrupt language loaded logic machine memory microprocessor multiplication occurs operation output performed placed position possible present printer procedure pulse record reference represented result Returns selected sequence shift shown shows signal single space specified statement step storage stored string structure subroutine symbol tape term tion transfer unit variable write written