Webster's New World Computer Dictionary
From alpha processors to zetabytes, this all-inclusive reference defines terms and concepts related to computers, programming, electronics, telecommunications, and information science. This edition has been updated and revised with terms specific to the Internet and World Wide Web.
- Paperback | 404 pages
- 154.94 x 231.14 x 25.4mm | 408.23g
- 01 Jul 2001
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
- 9th Revised edition
"Comprehensive ... Authoritative ... and User-friendly! Are you a computer novice or a computer professional? It doesn't matter - look inside! Through crystal-clear definitions of up-to-the-minute categories, 'Webster's New World Computer Dictionary', Ninth Edition remains the best computer reference you can buy. With over 4,500 comprehensive entries - from Gnutella, Python, and multiple matrix skinning to SOAP, WAP, and XHTML - this book covers it all. Whether you're curious about how to pronounce Csharp or simply wondering what Bluetooth means, the answers are just inside. This fully revised edition includes coverage of the Internet, from Advanced Encryption Standard to Napster, as well as comprehensive coverage of intellectual property and timecode editing. In addition, extensive cross-references lead you to related topics of interest. So get all the information you need - with the fully expanded Webster's New World Computer Dictionary, Ninth Edition - right at your fingertips! A Webster's New World Book." (www.hungryminds.com)