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Dictionary Of Computing
by John Daintith
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This very complete dictionary features a list of approximately 6,000 words and defines everything from basic computer concepts to complex network and programming terminology. The reference also includes information on Internet terms, industry leaders, legal issues, security issues, and historical data and lists entries for products, companies, and trademarks. This dictionary is a great reference tool for new computer users, students, teachers, and computer professionals.
Now in its fifth edition, this bestselling dictionary has been fully revised by a team of computer specialists, making it the most up-to-date dictionary of computing available. It provides comprehensive coverage of computer applications in industry, the office, science, education, and the home, and is an ideal reference book for students, teachers, professionals, and all computer users. - Over 6,500 entries, many new for this edition - Full coverage of the Internet, World Wide Web, and multimedia - Reflects recent advances in all aspects of computing, especially in personal computing, computer graphics, networking, artificial intelligence, and computer security
Contains over 6000 entries and a comprehensive cross-reference system, providing clear definitions for the newest terms in computing. Covers computer applications, hardware, software, user interaction, security, safety and legal aspects and more. Paper.
About the Author
Valerie Illingworth is a freelance writer and editor. The dictionary is compiled by Market House Books Ltd, established reference book compilers based in Aylesbury.
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