Encyclopedia of Microcomputers
Volume 13 - Optical Disks to Production Scheduling
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"The Encyclopedia of Microcomputers serves as the ideal companion reference to the popular Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology. Now in its 10th year of publication, this timely reference work details the broad spectrum of microcomputer technology, including microcomputer history; explains and illustrates the use of microcomputers throughout academe, business, government, and society in general; and assesses the future impact of this rapidly changing technology."
Table of Contents
"Optical Disks, Hiroyuki Katayama and Kenji Ohta Optimization Methods, Yogendra P. Dubey Optimizers, Evaluation of, David McGoveran Outliners---see Computer Programs: Outliners, Volume 3, pages 363-408 Output Peripherals---see Computer Output Devices, Volume 3, pages 345-362 Paradigms in Information Retrieval Research, David Ellis Parallel Discrete Event Simulation, Richard M. Fujimoto Parallel and Distributed Computing, Miroslaw Malek Parallel Processing of Discrete Optimization Problems, Ananth Y. Grama, Vipin Kumar, and Panos Pardalos PARC, Giuliana A. Lavendel PASCAL---see Computer Languages: PASCAL, Volume 3, pages 244-295 Patron Use Software, Access to, Sheila S. Intner Pattern Analysis---see Computerizing Pattern Analysis, Volume 4, pages 75-82 Payment Systems: Electronic Funds Transfer, Robert Davis and Andrew Lamond Peachtree Software, Martha Ann Kneiss Performance Evaluation, Domenico Ferrari Physical Design of Integrated Circuits, Thomas Lengauer Planning for Business Resumption, Paul H. Rosenthal Plotters---see Computer Output Devices, Volume 3, pages 345-362 Portable Barcode Scanners, Charles D. Emery Printed-Circuit-Board Assembly Advisor (PCAAD), Sisir K. Padhy Printer---see Computer Output Devices, Volume 3, pages 345-362 Printwheels---see Computer Output Devices, Volume 3, pages 345-362 Probabilistic Reasoning, Gerhard Paass Process Control, Cheng Ling and Thomas F. Edgar Production Scheduling, Franco Audenino, Giorgio Bruno, and Gianpaolo Macario "