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Computer Basics: Organisation, Programming and Maintenance

Computer Basics: Digital Computers - Mathematics and Circuitry (Hardcover)
by Technical Education and Management Inc. (Author)
Hardcover: 224 pages
Publisher: Foulsham-Sams Technical Books (1966)

Computer Basics is the final culmination of a comprehensive course originally prepared for the US Navy at a cost of over $250,000 (quite a sum in the 60s). The course was designed to train naval electronics technicians. Written to be easily understood, and with a special chapter by G Oliver for the English reader, it assumes no prior knowledge of computer systems, though it does require some background in basic electronics theory and a working knowledge of trigonometry and algebra. A real slice of technological history.


Publisher : Technical Education and Management Inc

Author : Technical Education and Management Inc

Format : Hardback

-Technical Education and Management Inc-




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