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Steven M. Kaplan's Wiley Electrical and Electronics Engineering Dictionary is a first-rate compilation of engineering terms and their meanings. The definitions are straightforward and easy to grasp. This is an outstanding reference book for electrical engineers, students, and others who have a need to be precise in their use of engineering terminology in the field of electronics.
With over 35,000 terms to its credit, this book is packed with information that you can have at your fingertips in moments. Each of the terms occupies a place in one or more of the many areas of expertise encompassed by electrical and electronics engineering. And, there are no special rules for the use of this dictionary. The author has opted not to use cross-referencing in this book. Thus, you'll find the information you need where you expect it to be; and, you'll find it very quickly. There is no page flipping required to get to the desired term to find its definition, plus other practical information when appropriate. When a word or phrase is the same as another, it is clearly stated, so you can easily find the definition. John R. Vacca
John R. Vacca, the former computer security official (CSO) for NASA's space station program (Freedom), has written nearly 40 books about advanced storage, computer security, and aerospace technology.