The Encyclopedia of Computer Science is the definitive reference for anyone who works with computers, computing, and computer science. This new edition has 2, 000 pages containing over 623 fully updated articles by internationally known computing experts. Students, professionals, and lay readers quickly find all the information they need in one, easy-to-use volume for clear, concise explanations of the latest technology and its applications - including past, present, and predicted future trends in computer science. Arranged alphabetically, the 623 articles are classified into sections covering the main themes of computing: hardware, software, computer graphics, information and data, mathematics of computing, methodologies, applications and computing milieu. The encyclopedia also includes extensive appendices, and name and subject indexes.
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of Computer Science|
|Author||:||Edwin D. Reilly, Anthony Ralston, David Hemmendinger|