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Tags: Algorithms, Artificial intelligence, Computer science, Computers, Computing, Databases, Hardware, Information technology, Informaton systems, Programming languages, Software, Web programming
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A laboratory course in C++ / Nell Dale

Pub. Date: 2005 - Call Number: 005.133 DAL

Computing essentials 2010 / Timothy J. O'Leary, Linda I. O'Leary

Pub. Date: 2010 - Call Number: 004 OLE


Discrete mathematics for computing / Peter Grossman

Pub. Date: 2009 - Call Number: 004.0151 GRO

Database systems : models, languages, design, and application programming / Ramez Elmasri, Shamkant B. Navathe

Pub. Date: 2011 - Call Number: 005.74 ELM

Fundamentals of game design / Ernest Adams

Pub. Date: 2014 - Call Number:794.81536 ADA

The divine proportion : a study in mathematical beauty / by H. E. Huntley

Pub. Date: 1970 - Call Number: 510.01 HUN

Object - oriented analysis & design / Object-oriented analysis and design Andrew Haigh

Pub. Date: 2001 - Call Number: 005.117 HAI

Advanced transport systems : Analysis, Modeling, and Evaluation of Performances / Milan Janic

Pub. Date: 2014 - Call Number: 307.12 JAN

Fundamentals of database systems / Database systems Ramez Elmasri, Shamkant B. Navathe

Pub. Date: 2003 - Call Number: 005.74 ELM

Computing essentials : making IT work for you : complete 2011 / Timothy J. O'Leary, Linda I. O'Leary

Pub. Date: 2011 - Call Number: 004 OLE

Competitive programming. the new lower bound of programming contests / 3 : Steven Halim, Felix Halim

Pub. Date: 2013 - Call Number: 005.1 HAL

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What are the Possible Call Numbers for CS Books according to DDC?

CS books can be found in Library 2.

Guide to Call Numbers in CS:

  • 001.42 Research methods
  • 001.5 Communication
  • 001.6 Computer science
  • 001.94 Mysteries
  • 003 Systems (operations research, computer modeling & simulation, information theory, chaos theory)
  • 004 Computer hardware
  • 005.1-005.5 Computer programming & programs (programming languages, compilers, desktop applications)
  • 005.7 Website and Database Design
  • 005.8 Computer security
  • 006.3 Artificial intelligence
  • 006.4 Computer pattern recognition
  • 006.5 Digital audio
  • 006.6 Computer graphics
  • 006.74 Markup languages
  • 006.76 Internet& web programming
  • 006.8 Virtual reality
  • 025.04 Information storage &retrieval systems

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