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Computer Digital Design - A self-instruction course from Cambridge Learning

This book, published in 1982, explains how computers work from the very basics to much more advanced topics.  It begins by explaining when numbers and counting first became vital for human civilisation - when agriculture was first developed - before moving on to the computer's ability to manage these numbers.  By the end of the book, specific languages and components are discussed.

The book was written with contributions from Ian Williamson, a trustee of the Centre for Computing History and the donor of this item.

ISBN : 0 905946 15 4

Publisher : Cambridge Learning Enterprises

Author : Ian Williamson

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Computer Digital Design - A self-instruction course from Cambridge Learning

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH42425. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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