Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2002.
"Divided into twelve parts, the handbook covers the fabrication and technology of the processor chip; design techniques related to power consumption, signal processing, and embedded applications; a top-level view of computer architecture and computer system organization; and reliability and testability."
Emphasizes industrial engineering, information technology and computing, chemistry and chemical engineering, physics and astronomy, the biomedical sciences, and the environmental, earth, and climate sciences.
London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001.
"Some 700 entries include theoretical underpinnings and practical applications, people, organizations, events, significant writings, slang, and lore. The articles themselves, written and signed by an international cast of computer science experts, are typically about 600 words and include suggestions for further reading, and cross references. "