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Elements of Informatics

Chapter

Abstract

Computer science is a subject in continuous evolution which determines increasingly quick and close technological revolutions: to follow these evolutions is difficult. The matching with the numerous specific professional activities requires continuous updating, also because what is innovative today can become obsolete tomorrow.

Keywords

Geographical Information System Internet Protocol Random Access Memory Central Memory Virtual Link 
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Further Reading

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Research Council of ItalyInstitute for the Electromagnetic Sensing of the EnvironmentMilanoItaly

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