Computing Books published by Addison-Wesley Publishing CompanyThe following is a list of Computing Books published by Addison-Wesley Publishing Company in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.
There are 10 Computing Books published by Addison-Wesley Publishing Company in our collection :
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The emphasis throughout is on applying these techniques in programs of your own. There are plenty of suggestions for further refinements and developments of the material presented here, and you are sure to come up with ideas of your own.
Learn to write in assembly language on your Electron and speed up the execution of your programs. This is great for moving graphics and controlling external devices.
You'll find there is too much to do exploring these games and demonstration programs on your BBC Microcomputer.
Your BBC Micro can do more than just run programs - it can control and react to events in the outside world as well. If you have ever wanted to interface your BBC Micro to external devices but have been deterred by a lack of machine specific information, or if you have already done some interfacing and are on the lookout for new ideas Interfacing Projects for the BBC Micro is the book for you.
Adele Goldberg (Author), David Robson (Author), Michael A. Harrison (Editor)
Soft cover: 590 pages
Publisher: Addison-Wesley 1989
This book shows you how to transform your computer from an inert box of electronics into your most obedient and versatile.
From the blurb:
'This book describes the substantial experiment undertaken at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, into the provision of a local distributed computing system in which users are allowed exclusive access to powerful, centrally located computers and services as required. The main design issues arising are discussed in detail.'