**Elementary Computer Mathematics**

by Kenneth R. Koehler

**Publisher**: University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College 2002**Number of pages**: 223

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This hypertextbook is an introduction to the mathematics used in the design of computer and network hardware and software. Its goal is to prepare the student for further coursework in such areas as hardware architecture, operating systems internals, application programming, databases and networking. In it, we will survey topics in computer arithmetic and data representation, logic and set theory, graph theory and computer measurement.

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