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CAIRO BOOKS's Description
The Encyclopedia of Computers and Computer History consists of 600 entries
addressing the diverse topics that form the backbone of the information
revolution. Entries include essays on important corporations, software,
computing machines, networking, computer concepts, research and laboratories,
and important individuals in computing history. Contributors to this reference
work represent a wide cross-section of scholars in the fields of computer
science and history of science. Winner "Outstanding Reference Source" award -
American Library Association Winner "Outstanding Academic Book" award - Choice