ACM BOOKS COVERS A BROAD RANGE OF TECHNICAL, SOCIAL AND HISTORICAL TOPICS

Below you’ll find a list of titles that are currently available and a sampling of forthcoming titles. Upon publication, each book will appear in the ACM Digital Library and be available for purchase in both PDF and ePub formats. Individual books can be purchased online at Amazon and at Barnes & Noble. For more information about each, please click on the title name below.

Titles Now Available

  • Candidate Multilinear Maps

  • Smarter that their Machines: Oral Histories of Pioneers in Interactive Computing

  • Embracing Interference in Wireless Systems

  • A Framework for Scientific Discovery through Video Games

  • Trust Extension as a Mechanism for Secure Code Execution on Commodity Computers

A Sampling of Forthcoming Titles

  • Ada’s Legacy: Cultures of Computing from the Victorian to the Digital Age

  • Machine Learning and Optimization Methods for Protein Bioinformatics

  • Software Evolution: Lessons Learned from Software History

  • Foundations of Spatial Informatics

  • Edmund Berkeley and the Social Responsibility of Computer Professionals

  • The VR book: Perception and Interaction Design for Virtual Reality

  • An Architecture for Fast and General Data Processing on Large Clusters

For a complete list of upcoming titles.

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