Our books cover the wide spectrum of computer science subject matter, appealing to computing practitioners, researchers, educators, and students. Collections include graduate level textbooks, research monographs that provide an overview of established and emerging fields, practitioner level professional books, and books devoted to the history and social impact of computing.
ACM Books are published as ebooks and print volumes at affordable prices. For academic, government, and corporate institutions, the ACM Digital Library is the primary channel from which to search, browse, and download complete copies or individual chapters of ACM Books. For individual professional and student members of ACM, each collection is available at a low “add-on” price to their current ACM Membership ($29 annually for professionals and $10 annually for students). Titles can also be purchased individually through online booksellers including Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com.
ACM Books Is Committed To:
- Technical Breadth & Depth
ACM Books fills a unique space in the publishing domain. ACM Books spans the entire spectrum of computer sciences with four kinds of books: graduate level textbooks, deep research monographs providing an overview of established and emerging fields, practitioner level professional books, and books devoted to the history and social impact of computing. This publishing program addresses the information needs of various members of the computing community, including researchers, practitioners, educators, and students and exposes the rich history of computing and the substantial global impact this field continues to have.