1967 · New York
This book has been written specifically for students who intend to enter the field of data processing and computer programming. It relates the study of logic to contemporary computer languages and allows considerable versatility in course organization. The topics included have been organized into four categories: the nature of our number system and applications to number systems with other bases (relative to computers); selected portions of basic algebra course; important related mathematical subjects such as matrix methods, linear programming, and numerical methods; and modern algebra including the study of logic, Boolean algebra, and the study of sets as applied to the computer."
Provenance: The ownership stamp of Juan P. Chong appears on the front free endpaper and the top edge. Publisher's black cloth with silver lettering to spine. In original pictorial dust jacket; general rubbing, small closed tear to rear panel. Provenance marks as above; interior otherwise unmarked. (Inventory #: 39232)