Benchmarking: Computer Evaluation and Measurement
Nicholas Benwell, Nicholas John Benwell
Hemisphere, 1975 - Computers - 190 pages
The role of benchmarking; A survey of benchmarking: the state of the art; Two major manufacturers' attitudes towards benchmarking; The design of multi-access benchmarks.
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THE ROLE OF BENCHMARKING Peter Hatt
THE STATE OF
TWO MAJOR MANUFACTURERS ATTITUDES TOWARDS
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