Expanding use of computers in the 70's: markets, needs, technology. Edited by Fred Gruenberger. Produced by Informatics Incorporated.
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Gruenberger, Fred, 1918-1998,
University of California, Los Angeles.
Computer industry -- Congresses.
Electronic data processing -- Congresses.
Electronic data processing.
Informatique -- Industrie.
Ordinateurs -- Applications.
Processamento eletronico de dados.
Prentice-Hall series in automatic computation.
viii, 120 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Proceedings of a symposium held at the University of California at Los Angeles, Mar. 30-Apr. 1, 1970 and jointly sponsored by Informatics Incorporated and UCLA.
Includes bibliographical references.
The large-scale systems crisis / John A. Hrones -- Technological forecast / Isaac L. Auerbach -- User requirements in the business and commercial fields / Dick H. Brandon -- User requirements in the scientific and engineering fields / Richard W. Hamming -- Hardware markets in the 70's / C.W. Spangle -- Software markets in the 70's / Walter F. Bauer -- Marketing in the 70's: peripherals and people / Erwin Tomash -- The British/Western European viewpoint / Arthur L.C. Humphreys -- The application of computer technology in government: a look at the next decade / Charles P. Smith -- The role of computers in education during the 70's / Duncan N. Hansen -- Financial industry's need for computer technology in the 70's / David Novick and Michael A. Levin -- Computers in production and process control systems in the next decade / G.C. Turner -- Management information systems: some tendencies of the 70's /M. H. Schwartz.
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