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    Computer architecture. 6th ed.

    Authors: E. Tanenbaum, T. Austin

    Annotation: the book of Andrew Tanenbaum, a world-famous specialist in the field of information technology, writer and teacher, published in the sixth edition, is devoted to the structural organization of computers. It is based on the idea of ​​a hierarchical structure in which each level performs a well-defined function. As part of this unconventional approach, the digital logic level, the level of command architecture, the level of the operating system, and the level of assembly language are described in detail. In the sixth edition, numerous changes have been made that bring the book in line with the rapid development of the computer industry. In particular, information about machines presented as examples was updated: Intel Core i7, Texas Instrument OMAP4430 and Atmel ATmega168. The book is designed for a wide range of readers: as students,

    Available formats: Paper book, PDF

    Computer networks. 5th ed.

    Authors: E. Tanenbaum, D. Weatheroll

    Annotation: this is the next, fifth edition of the most authoritative book on modern network technologies, written by recognized expert in this field Andrew Tanenbaum in collaboration with Professor of the University of Washington, David Weatherol. The first version of this classic work was born in the distant 1980, and since then each edition of the book has invariably become a bestseller and was used as a basic textbook in leading technical universities. The book consistently sets out the basic concepts that determine the current state and development trends of computer networks. The authors explain in detail the structure and principles of hardware and software, consider all aspects and levels of networking - from the physical to the level of application programs. The statement of theoretical principles is supplemented by vivid, illustrative examples of the functioning of the Internet and various types of computer networks. The fifth edition has been completely revised to reflect the changes that have taken place in the field of network technologies in recent years and, in particular, covers aspects such as 802.12 and 802.16 wireless networks, 3G networks, RFID technology, CDN content delivery infrastructure, peer-to-peer networks, streaming, Internet telephony and more.

    Available formats: Paper book, PDF

    Modern operating systems. 3rd ed.

    Author: E. Tanenbaum

    Abstract: This eagerly awaited, revised, and revised edition of the worldwide bestseller includes information on the latest advances in operating system technology. The book is built on examples and contains the information necessary to understand the functioning of modern operating systems. The new edition is substantially modified and supplemented, and includes a description of the device and the functioning of Windows Vista. Thanks to the practical experience gained in the development of several operating systems, and a high level of knowledge of the subject, Andrew Tanenbaum was able to clearly and fascinatingly talk about complex things. The book provides many important details that are not found in any other publication.

    Available formats: Paper book, PDF

    C # programming language. Classic Computers Science. 4th ed.

    Authors: A. Halesberg, M. Torgersen, S. Wiltamut, P. Gold

    Annotation: this is the fourth edition of the main book on the C # language, written by the legend of programming - Anders Halesberg, the architect of C #, Delphi and Turbo Pascal, together with other specialists who were part of the Microsoft C # development team. The publication is the most comprehensive description of the language and the most authoritative source of information on this topic, built in the format of a collection of specifications, including a description of the syntax, related materials and examples, as well as code samples. This book is a kind of "Bible" of the developer, which can easily replace both MSDN and other books on C #. The fourth edition describes new features in C # 4.0, including dynamic binding, named and optional parameters, and covariant and contravariant generic types. The purpose of these innovations is to expand the capabilities of C # for interacting with objects that are not related to the .NET platform. A distinctive feature of the new edition is also that each chapter of the book contains extensive commentaries written by famous programming “gurus” such as John Skeet, Joseph Albahari, Bill Wagner, Christian Neigel, Eric Lippert and others.

    Available format: PDF

    Object Oriented Programming in C ++. Classic Computer Science

    Author: R. Laforet

    Abstract: Thanks to this book, thousands of users have mastered the technology of object-oriented programming in C ++. It has everything: the basic principles of the language, ready-made full-scale applications, small examples that explain the theory, and many useful illustrations. The book enjoys steady success in educational institutions due to the fact that it contains more than 100 exercises to test knowledge on all topics. The reader may not have any training in the field of C ++. All you need is a basic knowledge of programming.

    Available format: PDF

    Data structures and algorithms in Java. Classic Computers Science. 2nd ed.

    Author: R. Laforet

    Abstract: the second edition of one of the most respected books on programming is devoted to the use of data structures and algorithms. Algorithms are the basis of programming, which determines how the software being developed will use data structures. Using clear and simple programming examples, the author explains this complex topic, inviting readers to write their own programs and in practice to master the knowledge gained. The considered examples are written in the Java language, although the reader does not need to know it well to master the material - it is enough to know any programming language, for example C ++. The first part of the book is an introduction to algorithms and data structures, and also contains an outline of the basics of object-oriented programming. The following parts are devoted to various algorithms and data structures, considered from simple to complex: sorting, abstract data types, linked lists, recursion, tree-like data structures, hashing, pyramids, graphs. Recommendations on the use of algorithms and the choice of a particular data structure depending on the task are given.

    Available formats: Paper Book, PDF, EPUB

    Computer architecture and design of computer systems. Classic Computers Science. 4th ed.

    Authors: D. Patterson, J. Hennessy

    Abstract: the book, already in the 4th edition, is devoted to the structural organization of a computer and reflects the revolutionary changes taking place in the field of hardware, in particular the rapid transition from single-processor systems to multi-core microprocessors. The publication describes in detail the architecture of the computer and the device of all its components: processors, memory units, input-output and data storage facilities. A distinctive feature of the book is a demonstration of the interactions between hardware and system software. Particular attention is paid to multi-core computing systems and parallel programming. Numerous exercises and tasks given after each topic help to consolidate the material. The book is designed for a wide range of readers: from students studying computer technology,

    Available format: Paper book

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