Publisher description for Business dictionary of computers / Jerry M. Rosenberg.


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Authoritative, up-to-the-minute definitions for every key word, term, and concept created by today's computer revolution. Written by one of the industry's most respected experts and consultant to the Oxford English Dictionary, the business Dictionary of Computers combines the precision, authority, and informative breadth professionals and newcomers have come to expect of the Rosenberg dictionaries. With clear, concise multicontextual definitions of over 7,500 words, terms, and concepts (over 4,500 more than its leading competitor), the Business Dictionary of Computers includes the entire spectrum of traditional and current uses, specialized and general meanings in a well organized, easy-to-access format.
Includes terms on hardware, software, programming concepts and languages, operating systems, electronics, logic circuits, personal computers, supercomputers, networking, windows, desktop, graphics, architecture, microcomputer hardware, and more
Includes historically relevant terms
Commonly used symbols, acronyms, and abbreviations
Thoroughly cross-referenced
Prepared with the cooperation of numerous government agencies and private organizations


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Computers -- Dictionaries.
Electronic data processing -- Dictionaries.
Telecommunication -- Dictionaries.