6 edition of An introduction to computers in information science. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Z699 .A73 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||72001136|
With the help of a University Teaching Fellowship and National Science Foun-dation grants, I developed a new introductory computer science course, tar-geted especially to students in the College of Arts & Sciences. This course was ﬁrst offered in Spring , with the help of an extraordinary group of Assistant Coaches. Book Description. This book comprises an introduction to information as an external commodity; a data base that can be manipulated, retrieved, transmitted, and used. It is useful at an introductory undergraduate level and also for anyone who is new to the field of Information Science.
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Chapter 1. Introduction to Computing The electronic computer is one of the most important developments of the twentieth century. Like the industrial revolution of the nineteenth century, the computer and the information and communication technology built upon it have drastically changed business, culture, government and science, and have. This textbook is addressed to students of computer science in their first terms, and covers the content of a general introductory lecture in computer science held at a German University. The basic stuff for most special courses - circuit technology, Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
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This includes both hardware and software design. It also covers some of the subject’s many broad disciplines like artificial intelligence and software engineering.