Logic of Analog and Digital Machines (Revised Edition)

Paolo Rocchi
IBM, Roma, Italy

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM000000



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Scientists from different fields are searching for the appropriate definition of what is digital and analog, but the profile of the technologies that have changed mankind’s lifestyle and the history of the world still resist the scrutiny of thinkers. Rocchi, a brilliant scientist of IBM, claims that understanding analog versus digital is not as easy as comparing the adjectives digital/continuous or natural/artificial. He suggests a new key to interpret the digital and analog machines. The author conducts an accurate analysis of the systems’ core which he expands in the current new edition. (Imprint: Nova)



Part 1

Chapter 1. A Rock Amidst the Route

Chapter 2. Two Courses of Action

Chapter 3. The Extravagant Realm

Part 2

Chapter 4. System Architecture

Chapter 5. Nets and Spots

Chapter 6. Storage

Chapter 7. Efficient Strategy

Chapter 8. Adapt for Survival

Chapter 9. Galaxy of Programs

Part 3

Chapter 10. People Like to Communicate

Acronyms and Symbols


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