Computer Science from the Bottom Up (Ian Wienand)

 
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Computer Science from the Bottom Up (Ian Wienand)

This book employs comprehensive coverage and comprehensible explanation to provide readers with a full view of the dynamic area of computer science.

It is open to students of all backgrounds and employs a context that is linguistically neutral to promote the development of a practical, realistic grasp of the subject.

Students are given a general level of proficiency for future courses through an overview of each of the key areas of computer science, including virtual memory, dynamic linking, binary and number representation, computer architecture, the operating system, the process, virtual memory, advanced C, and I/O fundamentals.

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