A Dictionary of Computingby Valerie Illingworth (Editor), Oxford University Press
The world of computing expands daily, and the terms associated with this field change almost as rapidly as the technology. Now in its 5th edition, the DICTIONARY OF COMPUTING, extensively revised and updated by a team of computer specialists, offers 6,000 entries--2,000 more than the 4th edition--providing clear and concise definitions for the newest terms in the field. Illustrated. 560 pp.
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