Catalogue


The comprehensive Russian computer dictionary : English-Russian/Russian-English /
Paul Druker, Yury Avrutin.
imprint
Los Alamitos, Calif. : IEEE Computer Society, 1999.
description
viii, 379 p.
ISBN
0769500749
format(s)
Book
Holdings
More Details
author
added author
imprint
Los Alamitos, Calif. : IEEE Computer Society, 1999.
isbn
0769500749
catalogue key
2852600
A Look Inside
Summaries
Back Cover Copy
This comprehensive dictionary, containing 30,000 entries with an emphasis on Internet terminology, is divided equally between the English and Russian languages. Included are many new terms that did not exist ? particularly in the Russian language ? as recently as a year ago. Druker and Avrutin have compiled a modern dictionary with concise and comprehensive lexicon. Its readers will find two types of articles ? a main article consisting of a term and its translations and a secondary article that lists a term which may be an abbreviation, an acronym, or a form of a term that does not require its own translation. The secondary article always references its main article. The English-Russian section list parts of speech, groups, and cross references in English with explanations in Russian. The Russian-English section is the opposite. An Internet version of the dictionary can be found at http://computer.org/cspress/catalog/russian.htm
Back Cover Copy
This comprehensive dictionary, containing 30,000 entries with an emphasis on Internet terminology, is divided equally between the English and Russian languages. Included are many new terms that did not exist – particularly in the Russian language – as recently as a year ago.Druker and Avrutin have compiled a modern dictionary with concise and comprehensive lexicon. Its readers will find two types of articles – a main article consisting of a term and its translations and a secondary article that lists a term which may be an abbreviation, an acronym, or a form of a term that does not require its own translation. The secondary article always references its main article.The English-Russian section list parts of speech, groups, and cross references in English with explanations in Russian. The Russian-English section is the opposite.An Internet version of the dictionary can be found at http://computer.org/cspress/catalog/russian.htm
Long Description
This comprehensive dictionary, containing 30,000 entries with an emphasis on Internet terminology, is divided equally between the English and Russian languages. Included are many new terms that did not exist _ particularly in the Russian language _ as recently as a year ago. Druker and Avrutin have compiled a modern dictionary with concise and comprehensive lexicon. Its readers will find two types of articles _ a main article consisting of a term and its translations and a secondary article that lists a term which may be an abbreviation, an acronym, or a form of a term that does not require its own translation. The secondary article always references its main article. The English-Russian section list parts of speech, groups, and cross references in English with explanations in Russian. The Russian-English section is the opposite. An Internet version of the dictionary can be found at http://computer.org/cspress/catalog/russian.htm
Main Description
An Internet version will contain the dictionary in its entirety as well as forms where readers can submit corrections and additions for incorporation into future versions.
Main Description
This new dictionary contains 30,000 computer-related entries divided equally between the English and Russian languages. The authors have compiled a modern dictionary with concise and comprehensive lexicon. What sets this dictionary apart from other available publications is inclusion of useful Russian-English translations and outdated word lists. The dictionary includes many new terms including words that did not exist - particularly in the Russian language - as recently as a year ago. An emphasis is placed on new terminology revolving around the Internet. Whenever possible, the book lists both existing Russian equivalents to foreign terms and widely accepted transliterations. A rather unorthodox linear-alphabetical dictionary organization combined with numerous cross-references makes it easy to locate desired terms as well as additional, contextually related translations. Readers may find two types of articles in the dictionary - a main article consisting of a term and its translations and a second listing a term which may be an abbreviation, an acronym, or a form of a term that does not require its own translation. The English-Russian section lists speech, groups, and cross-references in English with explanations in Russian. The Russian-English section is the opposite. An Internet version will contain the dictionary in its entirety as well as forms where readers can submit corrections and additions for incorporation into future versions.
Table of Contents
Introductionp. v
English-Russianp. 1
Russian-Englishp. 177
Table of Contents provided by Syndetics. All Rights Reserved.

This information is provided by a service that aggregates data from review sources and other sources that are often consulted by libraries, and readers. The University does not edit this information and merely includes it as a convenience for users. It does not warrant that reviews are accurate. As with any review users should approach reviews critically and where deemed necessary should consult multiple review sources. Any concerns or questions about particular reviews should be directed to the reviewer and/or publisher.

  link to old catalogue

Report a problem