STM publisher Springer http://www.springer-sbm.de/index.php?id=291, Germany, has announced that it will publish the first three volumes of its new Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science (UTiCS) series in April 2007. The series will cover a wide range of computer science subjects using a modular approach, providing textbooks that cover specific topics in detail. Four to six textbooks are scheduled for release regularly in April and September, every year.
The new UTiCS textbook series seeks to take a fresh, concise and modern approach to computer science, with content written in an appealing style. The series presents in-depth coverage of topics, along with numerous examples, problems and fully worked solutions, making the books suitable for one- or two-semester courses or self study. In addition, they are being issued in sturdy softcover versions in a bid to make them both affordable and durable.
Future UTiCS volumes will focus on programming, database systems, foundations of computing, mathematics, automata and modeling. Instructors can test UTiCS by ordering an inspection copy at springer.com/instructors.
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