A GUIDE TO COMPUTER LITERATURE, introductory survey of the sources of information 1969.
Clive Bingley, London 1969, first edition; 130 pages, index, appendix.
Condition: Very Good hardcover in Good+ dustjacket & clear protective jacket cover; front right corner bumped, pencil erasures on front free endpage; dustjacket creases, some edgewear and scuffing; internal pages are clean & unmarked, the binding is sound & tight.
Keywords: computer bibliography, history of computing, computer science literature, computer references
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, Biography and Company Histories, Computers and Society, General Histories and References
See all items by Alan Pritchard
Item DescriptionComputer Literature; Academic Periodicals; Commercial Periodicals; Miscellaneous periodicals; control of periodicals; Research Reports and Government Publications; Trade Literature; Theses; Patents; Conferences; Translations; Abstracts and Indexes;
Books; Annual Reviews; Bibliographies; Glossaries and Dictionaries; Handbooks; Standards; Looseleaf serices -- journal-type and data compilations -- services and users; Data Compilations -- hardware; Directories; Biographical Data; Libraries and the Organization of Information; Library and union catalogs; Appendix -- serials containing 75 percent of computer references (provisional list).
'This bibliography covers all types of information in a narrative form and is an excellent introduction to the literature of computer science.' (Cortada, Bibliographic Guide to the History of Computing, Computers, and the Information Processing Industry, 60).