"The Encyclopedia of Microcomputers serves as the ideal companion reference to the popular Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology. Now in its 10th year of publication, this timely reference work details the broad spectrum of microcomputer technology, including microcomputer history; explains and illustrates the use of microcomputers throughout academe, business, government, and society in general; and assesses the future impact of this rapidly changing technology."
Table of Contents
"Computer-Related Applications: Computational Linguistics, Eva Hajic-ová Computer Reliability, J. J. Stiffler and Dhiraj K. Pradhan Computer Security, Charles Cresson Wood Computer Usage by Novices, Carl Martin Allwood Computerizing Data Acquisition, Thomas R. Clune Computerizing Pattern Analysis, C. H. Chen Computers in the Arts, Dick Moberg, Thomas D. Porett, and Thomas E. Rudolph Construction of Programs: Modular Programming with Modula-2, Jürg Gutknecht Contel Cado, Patricia A. DePaulo Content-Addressable Memory, Teuvo Kohonen Control Data Corporation---History, Products, and Services, Avron K. Rothstein Control Functions: Microprogramming, Michael J. Eager The Conversion of Records to Machine-Readable Form, James Rice Data Acquisition Systems, Microcomputer-Based, Timothy D. Stark and Fred E. Bast Data Analysis and Statistics, P. Macaluso Data Base Management Systems: An Introduction, L. A. Kurtz Data Communications: Local Area Networks, John Jackman Data Entry: Optical Character Recognition, Gregory M. Bednar Data Flow Modeling, Mehdi T. Harandi Data Flow, Transborder, Roddy Duchesne and Anna Lehn Data Structures, C. Kim and S. A. Westin Database Systems Principles, Avi Silberschatz and Henry F. Korth Dataproducts Corporation---History, Services, and Products, Irving L. Wieselman dBase, Eben L. Kent "