Texts in Computer Science
Series editors: David Gries, Orit Hazzan
Titles in this series now included in the Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index!
'Texts in Computer Science' (TCS) delivers high-quality instructional content for undergraduates and graduates in all areas of computing and information science, with a strong emphasis on core foundational and theoretical material but inclusive of some prominent applications-related content. TCS books should be reasonably self-contained and aim to provide students with modern and clear accounts of topics ranging across the computing curriculum. As a result, the books are ideal for semester courses or for individual self-study in cases where people need to expand their knowledge. All texts are authored by established experts in their fields, reviewed internally and by the series editors, and provide numerous examples, problems, and other pedagogical tools; many contain fully worked solutions.
The TCS series is comprised of high-quality, self-contained books that have broad and comprehensive coverage and are generally in hardback format and sometimes contain color. For undergraduate textbooks that are likely to be more brief and modular in their approach, require only black and white, and are under 275 pages, Springer offers the flexibly designed Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science series, to which we refer potential authors.
All Books In this Series
- Java in Two Semesters Quentin Charatan, Aaron Kans
- The Discrete Math Workbook Sergei Kurgalin, Sergei Borzunov
- Ethical and Social Issues in the Information Age Joseph Migga Kizza
- The Data Science Design Manual Steven S. Skiena
- Computational Intelligence Rudolf Kruse, Christian Borgelt, Christian Braune, Sanaz Mostaghim, Matthias Steinbrecher
- Introduction to Computational Social Science Claudio Cioffi-Revilla
- Guide to Discrete Mathematics Gerard O'Regan
- Fundamentals of Multimedia Ze-Nian Li, Mark S. Drew, Jiangchuan Liu
- Digital Image Processing Wilhelm Burger, Mark J. Burge
- The Computer Graphics Manual David Salomon
- Computer Vision Richard Szeliski
- Fundamentals of the New Artificial Intelligence Toshinori Munakata