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The depiction of computers on the various "Star Trek" series has ranged from lame to breathtakingly imaginative. This book covers the gamut, and makes lucid and entertaining comparison of these fictional computers with those that now exist or are likely to inhabit our future. Throughout its history, "Star Trek" has been an accurate reflection of contemporary ideas about computers and their role in our lives. Affectionately but without illusions, The Computers of Star Trek shows how those ideas compare with what we now know we can and will do with computers.
About the Author
As a computer specialist, Lois H. Gresh designs tests for security loopholes, as well as designing and coding corporate websites and systems. As a fiction writer, Gresh is the author of dozens of suspense and science fiction stories. She lives in Rochester, New York.
Robert Weinberg's fiction writing has been nominated for the Hugo, World Fantasy, and Balrog awards, and he is a two-time winner of the World Fantasy Award. He lives in Chicago.