- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- Introduction, the Stuff of Software
- Class Library
- Code (or, How You Can Write Something Differently)
- Computing Power
- Concurrent Versions System
- Data Visualization
- Object Orientation
- Preferences/settings/options/control panels
- Sonic Algorithm
- Source Code
- System Event Sounds
- Text Virus
- Timeline (sonic)
- About the Contributors
This chapter explains the concept of analogy and provides a consideration of early works on electronic computing. Previous concepts of general purpose and electronic computers are covered in the introduction to the chapter. The chapter continues to focus on various amplifier topics, feedback and other electronic engineering schematics, and circuit symbols. It concludes with a description of analog-to-digital transformation in recent times, VLSI technology, and the design of other digital circuits in the field of computation.
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