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Éléments pour une histoire de l’informatique

Translated byPatrick Cégielski

This translation focuses on publications by Donald E. Knuth, one of the world’s leading computer programmers, that were addressed primarily to a general audience rather than to specialists. These fifteen papers discuss the history of computer science from ancient Babylon to modern times and survey the field of computer science and the nature of algorithms.

388 pages | 6 x 9

Computer Science

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