The Internet for Scientists and Engineers
Author: Brian J. Thomas
Publisher: Optical Engineering Press
Published: January 1995
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Notes: From the author's preface: "This book was written to serve three basic purposes: first, to introduce readers to the process of "getting online"; second, to provide a basic tutorial to primary Internet software "tools"; and last, to point to a variety of resources compiled specifically for the professional scientist or engineer." Includes examples for Unix, Windows, and Macintosh computers. Includes excellent indices of online resources in: aerospace, agriculture, anthropology, archaeology, artificial intelligence, astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, electronics and electrical engineering, energy, engineering, geology, imaging, linguistics, mathematics, medicine, meteorology, oceanography, physics, security, statistics, and virtual reality.
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