Overview for Academic Dictionary of Computer
A Computer is a device or machine for making calculations or controlling operations that are expressible in numerical or logical terms. Today most people have a computer on their desk with more computing power than engineers could imagine just a few years ago. The computer has become helpful in managing knowledge at a time when the amount of information is expanding exponentially. The information stored in the worldâ€™s libraries and computers doubles every eight years. In a sense the computer age and the information age seem to go hand in hand. In this digital age, it is essential that people from all fields of society should have authentic knowledge about the theory and practical usage of computer. This dictionary of computer s a terminology reference containing descriptions of terms related to computers. Its primary aim is to provide the readers clear and authentic definition of computer-related terms. Besides information professionals, students, teachers and academicians, people from all fields of the information society will find this work a highly helpful reference guide.
James Fernandes (Editor)
James Fernandes, a Masterâ€™s Degree holder in information Technology is one of the experts in the fields of database management and information technology. He has organised many national as well as international seminars, symposia and workshops on Communication development, compute assisted distance learning, mass communication and knowledge based expert systems. He has awarded by many international organizations for his outstanding contributions in the field of computer applications. He is also serving as editorial board member of many IT magazines. He has authored many articles in reputed professional journals and presented research papers in international seminars