Since its first volume in 1960, Advances in Computers has presented detailed coverage of innovations in hardware and software and in computer theory, design, and applications. It has also provided contributorswith a medium in which they can examine their subjects in greater depth and breadth than that allowed by standard journal articles. As a result, many articles have become standard references that continue to be of significant, lasting value despite the rapid growth taking place in the field.
Researchers and graduate students in computer science.
Advances in Computers, 1st Edition
T.G. Kirner and A.M. Davis,
Nonfunctional Requirements of Real-Time Systems. A. Porter, H. Siy, and L. Votta,
A Review of Software Inspections. J.D. Musa and W. Ehrlich,
Advances in Software Reliability Engineering. M.T. Liu,
Network Interconnection and Protocol Conversion. S.T. Venkataraman,
A Universal Model of Legged Locomotion Gaits. Chapter References. Author Index. Subject Index. Contents of Volumes in This Series.
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@qu:"Mandatory for academic libraries supporting computer science departments."