Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology by Harry Henderson
(Facts on File Science Library)

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Computers play a crucial role in our day-to-day lives. With more than 150 black-and-white photographs and illustrations, "Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology, Revised Edition" provides a detailed examination of this fascinating field for students and general readers alike. This necessary update boasts more than 50 - per cent new material - a total of more than 550 updated entries, nearly 200 new to this edition, that reflect current information. Helpful appendixes include a chronology of significant events in computing, a listing of achievements in the field, and brief descriptions and contact information for some important organizations in the computer field. Major corporations and organizations in the computer field are now covered, as well as many new biographies. Further reading sections have been revised and expanded with the latest resources.

About Harry Henderson

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Harry Henderson is a professional writer specializing in technical and reference works for audits. He lives in El Cerrito, CA.
Published October 31, 2008 by Facts on File. 580 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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