A quarterly publication of the USENIX Association
Volume 9, 1996
Computing Systems was a journal dedicated to the analysis and understanding of the theory, design, art, engineering, and implementation of advanced computing systems, with an emphasis on systems inspired or influenced by the UNIX tradition. The journal's content concerns operating systems, architecture, networking, programming languages, and sophisticated applications.
Each year's Winter issue included a useful, brief guide to grammar and style, written by Peter H. Salus.
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