High-tech Handicapping in the Information Age: An Information Management Approach to the Thoroughbreds

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W. Morrow, 1986 - Horse racing - 400 pages
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Discusses the use of microcomputers to analyze handicapping information for horse races, describes the impact of this technology on the sport, and explains how to set up and manipulate one's own data base

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Contents

New Perspectives
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Handicappings Information Explosion Is Now
35
How HighTech Information Systems Have Changed
73
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Quinn earned a Ph.D. in educational psychology at UCLA.

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