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Computer Science Series from McGraw Hill

The McGraw Hill Computer Science Series features highly accessible books on major topics of interest to mathematicians, computer scientists, and computer systems engineers. From Artificial Intelligence to Database Design to The Psychology of Computer Vision, you’re bound to find some of the pioneering volumes in their respective fields in this vintage collection.

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  • Computer Science Series: Anatomy of LISP (Hardback)

    Anatomy of LISP (Hardback)


    "This text is nominally about LISP and data structures. However, in the process it covers much broader areas of computer science. The author has long felt that the beginning student of computer science has been getting a distorted and disjointed picture of the field. ,,, This book uses LISP as a means for relating topics which normally get treated in several separate courses." — From the Preface (page xi)

  • Systems Programming (Hardback)

    Systems Programming (Hardback)


    "In this book we address ourselves to the full spectrum of systems programming endeavors, including the use and implementation of assemblers, macros, loaders, compilers, and operating systems." — Preface, 1972

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