IBM Office Systems: Architectures and Implementations

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Prentice Hall, 1990 - Computer architecture. - 352 pages
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As vendors rush to the market with products that are intended to complement IBM's products, office system architectures are becoming increasingly important. Topics covered in this book include: document content architecture, data streams architecture, mixed object document content architecture, graphic and text object content architecture, document interchange architecture, and system network architecture.

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Martin, recently completed studies at Weston Jesuit School of Theology and was ordained a deacon. He is an editor on the staff of American magazine.

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