The Dictionary contains a number of acronyms and their definitions. Commonly used symbols and abbreviations are also given. A set of short explanations of some of the OSI applications have also been included The ISO standards are referenced as ISO nnnn rather than the more familiar IS or DIS nnnn. The terms from the fields and disciplines that impinge upon or overlap with Information Technology have also been included. The authors have tried to strike a balance between the need to include the most important terms that technologists are liable to encounter and making a mistake of trying to compete with specialized books. Most of the terms come from a wide range of disciplines such as Computer Hardware Computer Languages and Programming Data Processing Database Management Communications Networking Instructional Technology Intelligence Robotics Internet & Intranet Engineering Film and Television Production Photography Reprography and Information Technology.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Subject||Computer & Information Technology|
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