Encyclopedia of Information Systems: E-J
Academic Press, 2003 - Computer science - 735 pages
"The Encyclopedia of Information Systems is the first comprehensive examination of the core topics in the information systems field ... [The] 10 major topic areas for the encyclopedia [are]: Theories, methodologies, and foundations; Hardware and software; Database design and utilization; Data communications, the Internet, and electronic commerce; Social, legal, organizational, and international issues; Systems analysis and design; Office automation and end-user computing; Management support systems; Artificial intelligence; Applications. Although these 10 categories of topics are interrelated, each addresses one major dimension of information systems design, implementation, and utilization."--Preface, p. xxix.
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Data Model 489 William P Wagner
Foundations National and Regional Economic Impacts
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