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COMPUTER SCIENCE: SUBJECT GUIDE: Books & more
Use this guide as your starting point for research in Computer Science!
Call Number: Click title for availability and location info!
Publication Date: 2012
Computing isn't simply about hardware or software, or calculation or applications. Computing, writes Paul Rosenbloom, is an exciting and diverse, yet remarkably coherent, scientific enterprise that is highly multidisciplinary yet maintains a unique core of its own. In On Computing, Rosenbloom proposes that computing is a great scientific domain on a par with the physical, life, and social sciences.
Integrates two powerful software approaches to dramatically enhance enterprise computingBased on the author's own course materials, this book takes enterprise computing to the next level by offering readers a tested and proven method for applying semantic web tools to model-driven software engineering. It integrates and takes advantage of the latest advances from such disciplines as ontologies, description logics, domain-specific modeling, model transformation, and ontology engineering. Before advancing to practical applications, Semantic Web and Model-Driven Engineering lays a foundation of fundamental concepts.
A comprehensive guide to understanding and auditing modern information systems The increased dependence on information system resources for performing key activities within organizations has made system audits essential for ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information system resources. One of the biggest challenges faced by auditors is the lack of a standardized approach and relevant checklist. Understanding and Conducting Information Systems Auditing brings together resources with audit tools and techniques to solve this problem.
Call Numbers to Browse
If you're interested in a broad computer science topic, or would like to browse for inspiration or interesting reading, try one of these Library of Congress call numbers:
QA75.5-76.95: Computers & computer science
QA75.75-76.765: Computer software
TK: Electrical engineering and electronics
Locations of books
New books are located in the Library lobby and are in call number order.
Print Reference books are on the first floor across from the Learning Commons area.
Book stacks: Consult the library map; look for location posters; or ask any staff member for help!
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