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Theory of Computation: Formal Languages, Automata, and Complexity

J. Glenn Brookshear - Computers - 1989 - 322 pages
Preliminaries; Finite automata and regular languages; Pushdown automata and context-free languages; Turing machines and phrase-structure languages; Computability; Complexity ...
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Foundations of computer science: from data manipulation to theory of computation

Behrouz A. Forouzan, Sophia Chung Fegan - Computers - 2003 - 384 pages
This text successfully addresses the need to provide students with an overview of the many disciplines within computer science. Behrouz Forouzan has developed a five-part ...
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Computer Science Illuminated

Nell B. Dale, John Lewis - Computers - 2007 - 636 pages
This text offers students on the dynamic and diverse field of computer science. [In the text, the authors] provide [an] overview of the many aspects of the discipline from a ...
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World of Computer Science, Volume 1

Brigham Narins - Medical - 2002 - 668 pages
Containing approximately 650 alphabetically arranged entries and 200 photographs, the "World of Computer Science meets the information need for a wide variety of computer ...
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The Ultimate Computing Glossary for Advanced Level

Ray Bradley - Education - 2004 - 86 pages
This title includes examples and cross referencing to other definitions with AS and A2 terms highlighted in different colours. It is checked by an AQA examiner, and helps you ...
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The Prentice-Hall standard glossary of computer terminology

Robert A. Edmunds - Computers - 1985 - 489 pages
Covers Hardware, Programming, Essential Jargon & Other Terms & How They Are Used
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The science of computing: exploring the nature and power of algorithms

David Harel - Computers - 1989 - 348 pages
The Science of Computing presents, in a no-nonsense way, an exposition on algorithms, the topic that is the essence of computer programming. Appropriate for programmers ...
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