Why does software cost so much? : and other puzzles of the Information Age
by DeMarco, TomPublished by : Dorset House Pub. (New York, N.Y.) Physical details: ix, 237 p. ill. ill ISBN:093263334X.
Subject(s): Probability | Statistics and Applied Analysis | Approximations | Errors | Numerical Methods | Optimal ProcessesYear: 1995
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|519.61 COL Fundamentals of Computer Science.||519.61 KIT Classical and quantum computation /||519.61 WIL Explorations in quantum computing. Includes CD-ROM.||519.62 DEM Why does software cost so much? : and other puzzles of the Information Age||519.62 SER Programming for mathematicians||519.62 WAL Categories and computer science||519.63 BIL Ergodic theory and information.|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-232) and index.