**Insight into Theoretical and Applied Informatics**

by Andrzej Yatsko, Walery Suslow

**Publisher**: De Gruyter Open 2016**ISBN/ASIN**: 3110469871**ISBN-13**: 9783110469875**Number of pages**: 117

**Description**:

The book is addressed to young people interested in computer technologies and computer science. The objective of this book is to provide the reader with all the necessary elements to get him or her started in the modern field of informatics and to allow him or her to become aware of the relationship between key areas of computer science.

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