Computer Science: An Overview, Global Edition
A ground-up approach to foundational computer science. Computer Science: An Overview, 13th edition, is an introduction for students of all backgrounds. This edition contains over 1,000 questions and exercises to reinforce core concepts. This text is comprehensive and highly accessible, making it ideal for undergraduate studies in computer science.
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Develop a core understanding of the concepts of modern computer science
Computer Science: An Overview, 13th edition, Global Edition, by J. Glenn Brookshear, and Dennis Brylow, is written for students from all backgrounds, giving you a bottom-up, concrete-to-abstract foundation in the subject. Its broad coverage encourages a practical and realistic understanding of computer science, covering all the major concepts. The book's broad background exposes beginning computer science students to the breadth of the subject they plan to major in and teaches students from other backgrounds how to relate to the technical society in which they live.
Learn in a flexible way with independent chapters you can study in any order with full-colour design to help you engage with the information. The text also uses Python to provide programming tools for exploration and experimentation in your learning.
This 13th edition has been corrected and updated in each chapter to refine your learning experience. With more than 1,000 questions and exercises, the book trains your thinking skills with useful chapter review problems and contains questions surrounding social issues to reinforce core concepts.
This text is comprehensive and highly accessible, making it ideal for undergraduate studies in computer science.