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Computer Science Resources
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Databases Print Resources Web Resources

 

Databases

 

Print Resources

  • The Computer Science and Engineering Handbook
    REF QA 76.C57315 1997
  • Encyclopedia of Software Engineering
    REF QA 76.758.E53 2002
  • Expert Systems
    REF QA 76.76.E95 L464 2002
  • Handbook on Architectures of Information Systems
    REF QA 76.9 .A73 H36 2006
  • Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction
    REF QA 76.9 .H85 E52 1996
  • Encyclopedia of Data Warehousing and Mining
    REF QA 76.9 .D37 E52 2006
  • Encyclopedia of Database Technologies and Applications
    REF QA 76.9 .D3 E624
  • Handbook of Machine Vision
    REF TA 1634 .H363 2006

 

 

Web Resources

 


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