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Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, Comprehensive,
Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow gives your students a classic introduction to computer concepts with a modern twist! Known for its emphasis on industry insight and societal issues, this text makes concepts relevant to today’s career-focused students and has increased emphasis on mobile computing and related issues such as mobile commerce and mobile security. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
by Deborah Morley
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Computers Today,

by Donald H. Sanders
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Computer Science Today,Recent Trends and Developments
This specially commissioned volume presents a unique collection of expository papers on major topics that are representative for computer science today. The 38 contributions, written by internationally leading experts in the computer science area on personal invitation, demonstrate the scope and stature of the field today and give an impression of the chief motivations and challenges for tomorrow's computer science and information technology.This anthology marks a truly extraordinary and festive moment: it is the 1000th volume published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. It addresses all computer scientists and anybody interested in a representative overview of the field.
by Jan Leeuwen
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Stacks,Interoperability in Today's Computer Networks
This is the official book of Interop the leading communications' industry networking conference attended by over 25,000 people. This up-to-date guide reviews major trends in the field of computer networks and interoperability, handing the reader leading-edge coverage of open system security, gigabit networks, communications standards, SMDS (Switched Multimegabit Data Service), ISDN (Integrated Systems Digital Network), FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface), TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol), and other hot topics. It looks at interoperability from many different levels and perspectives, showing how to turn computer networks from different vendors into a coherent, transparent, powerful computing network. Coverage starts with a look at the Internet and the other maze of networks that form the global matrix, then delves into the complexities of the protocol stack and the three families of upper-level standards that allow networks to interoperate. Appropriate for anyone who implements, buys, or uses networks.
by Carl Malamud
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Understanding Computers,Today and Tomorrow
Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, International Edition gives your students a classic introduction to computer concepts with a modern twist! Known for its emphasis on industry insight, this text makes concepts relevant to today’s career-focused students.
by Deborah Morley
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Today's Technician,Automotive Computer Systems
Computer controls of the transmission, brake systems, air conditioning units, suspension, steering, and other ponents are covered as well. Included is useful guidance on tools and safety practices, and diagnosis and service tips on electronic instrument cluster and vehicle theft security systems, passive restraint systems, anti-lock brake and traction control, and more.
by Donald Knowles
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Nine Algorithms That Changed the Future,The Ingenious Ideas That Drive Today's Computers
Every day, we use our computers to perform remarkable feats. A simple web search picks out a handful of relevant needles from the world's biggest haystack: the billions of pages on the World Wide Web. Uploading a photo to Facebook transmits millions of pieces of information over numerous error-prone network links, yet somehow a perfect copy of the photo arrives intact. Without even knowing it, we use public-key cryptography to transmit secret information like credit card numbers; and we use digital signatures to verify the identity of the websites we visit. How do our computers perform these tasks with such ease? This is the first book to answer that question in language anyone can understand, revealing the extraordinary ideas that power our PCs, laptops, and smartphones. Using vivid examples, John MacCormick explains the fundamental "tricks" behind nine types of computer algorithms, including artificial intelligence (where we learn about the "nearest neighbor trick" and "twenty questions trick"), Google's famous PageRank algorithm (which uses the "random surfer trick"), data compression, error correction, and much more. These revolutionary algorithms have changed our world: this book unlocks their secrets, and lays bare the incredible ideas that our computers use every day.
by John MacCormick
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Computer System Organization,

by Jotwani
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Ocean of Computer Basics,Development
This Book is a research based compilation by Shreyash Mishra on Computer Basics. This book renders a complete reference for learning the basics of Computers. Learners who want pursue in the field of Computers can refer this book in order to get acquainted with some fundamental concepts which make the base for your growth.
by Shreyash Mishra
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Introduction to Computers,
Get ready to learn about today’s digital world with Essential Introduction to Computers. This concise text provides a visually-engaging introduction to the most current information on computers and technology. Students will gain an understanding of the essential computer concepts they need to know to help them be successful in today’s computing world. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
by Gary Shelly
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The Computer Revolution,An Economic Perspective
During the 1980s and into this decade, U.S. businesses poured billions of dollars into computers and other information technology. Yet the productivity performance of the U.S. economy in the 1980s remained lackluster--especially in the service sector--leading many observers to suspect that companies were not getting their money's worth from these high-tech investments. At the same time, academic research found little evidence of a productivity payoff. But have the tables now turned? With an apparent improvement in productivity in recent years, much academic and popular opinion now suggests that the payback is at hand or just around the corner. As the nation embarks on a major effort to develop an Information Superhighway, it is critical for policymakers, opinion leaders, and others to understand the contribution and role of information technology in the economy during recent decades. This book provides a straightforward guide to the economic issues underlying the debates about these issues, using quantitative and historical analysis, supplemented with interviews of small and large service-sector companies. To set the stage, Daniel Sichel reviews the debates over the role of computers and summarizes the essential facts about computer use, with a particular emphasis on software. Going beyond basic facts, Sichel describes an economic framework for assessing the aggregate economic impact of computers in recent decades and for looking ahead at this impact in the future. Quantitative estimates from this framework, along with supporting historical and interview evidence, place limits on the contribution of computers to the overall economy. When compared to the size of the slowdown in productivity growth in the early 1970s, the overall impact of computers appears relatively modest, in part because the share of computers in the nation's capital stock is surprisingly small. Looking ahead, Sichel also raises questions as to whether computers are likely to solve the nation's productivity woes in the future.
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Analyzing Computer Security,A Threat/vulnerability/countermeasure Approach
A fresh new approach to computer security by the authors of the 20-year best-selling classic Security in Computing. • •Introduces computer security the way today's practitioners want to learn it: by identifying threats, explaining the vulnerabilities that cause them, and presenting effective countermeasures. •Contains up-to-date coverage of security management, risk analysis, privacy, controls, forensics, insider attacks, human factors, trust, and more. •Includes 273 problems and 192 illustrations. In this book, the authors of the 20-year best-selling classic Security in Computing take a fresh, contemporary, and powerfully relevant new approach to introducing computer security. Organized around attacks and mitigations, the Pfleegers' new Analyzing Computer Security will attract readers' attention by building on the high-profile security failures they may have already encountered in the popular media. Each section starts with an attack description. Next, the authors explain the vulnerabilities that have allowed this attack to occur. With this foundation in place, they systematically present today's most effective countermeasures for blocking or weakening the attack. One step at a time, readers progress from attack/problem/harm to solution/protection/mitigation, building the powerful real-world problem solving skills they need to succeed as information security professionals. Analyzing Computer Security themes throughout, including effective security management and risk analysis; economics and quantitative study; privacy, ethics, and laws; and the use of overlapping controls. The authors also present significant new material on computer forensics, insiders, human factors, and trust. addresses crucial contemporary computer security
by Charles P. Pfleeger
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Understanding Computers in a Changing Society,
UNDERSTANDING COMPUTERS IN A CHANGING SOCIETY analyzes how technology affects the world in which we live while still giving students a solid introduction to computer concepts. The combination of this text and the online companion make computer concepts applicable to career-focused students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
by Deborah Morley
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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Computer Basics,
Guides beginning users through basic PC operations in Microsoft Windows, demonstrating how to print letters, manage finances, shop online, send and receive e-mail, and customize the desktop.
by Michael Miller
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Computer Networks,A Systems Approach
Computer Networks, 4E is the only introductory computer networking book written by authors who have had first-hand experience with many of the protocols discussed in the book, who have actually designed some of them as well, and who are still actively designing the computer networks today. This newly revised edition continues to provide an enduring, practical understanding of networks and their building blocks through rich, example-based instruction. The authors' focus is on the why of network design, not just the specifications comprising today's systems but how key technologies and protocols actually work in the real world to solve specific problems. The new edition makes less use of computer code to explain protocols than earlier editions. Moreover, this new edition shifts the focus somewhat higher in the protocol stack where there is generally more innovative and exciting work going on at the application and session layers than at the link and physical layers. * Completely updated with new sidebar discussions that cover the deployment status of protocols described in the book. * Addition of sizeable number of new exercises and solutions. * Downloadable Opnet network simulation software and lab experiments manual. * New and revised instructor support material, including Powerpoint slides, eps version of figures appearing in the text; sample exams; lecture notes; UNIX sockets programming assignments.
by Larry L. Peterson
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