These are the main shelf marks / classification numbers for books on Computing. They have been split up into various sections for various topics.
If you are unsure where to find a specific title you can always ask at the Library Information Desk or search the Library Catalogue.
|Items in this area the selection and use of computer hardware; electronic computers; computer systems, central processing units computer reliability; interactive, online processing and data processing.|
|004.1||Types of Computer|
|004.2||Systems Analysis and Design|
|004.6||Interfacing and communications|
|004.68||Local Area Networks|
|Computer programming, programs and data|
|Items in this section are guides on programming, as well as guides for specific languages such as C++, how to guides for using programs and methods of data processing security.|
|005||Computer programming, programs, data, security|
|005.1||Programming and Software Engineering|
|005.2||Programming for specific types of computers, operating systems, and user interfaces|
|005.4||Systems programming and programs|
|005.5||General purpose application programs|
|005.7||Data in Computer Systems|
|005.82||Data encryption (Including cyphers)|
|Special Computer Methods|
|Items in this section cover artificial intelligence, computer graphics and multimedia systems.|
|006||Special Computer Methods|
|006.4||Computer Pattern Recognition|
|0006.62||Computer Graphics Hardware|
|0006.66||Computer Graphics Programming|
|0006.68||Computer Graphics Programs|
|0006.69||Special topics in Computer Graphics|
|Items in this section are about the building and maintainance of electronic digital computers and central processing units, computer reliability and general computer performance and evaluation.|
|621.391||Engineering of Mainframe Computers|
|621.391||Engineering of Minicomputers|
|621.391||Engineering of PCs|
|621.392||Systems analysis and design, computer architecture|
|621.398||Interfacing and communications devices, perphials|
|621.399||Devices for special computer methods|
|Items in these areas cover Cryptography, Business Information, Project Management and Computer Gaming.|
|658.403||Business Information Management|
|658.47||Business security and intelligence|
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