Introduction to Computers, Volume 1

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MaGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1977 - Computers - 781 pages
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Tools for Use in Design of Computer Applications
Computer Program Structure and Design

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About the author (1977)

Gordon B. Davis is the Honeywell Professor of Management Information Systems in the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. He pioneered in the academic field of information systems, beginning in 1967 with the first formal degree program in the United States. He participated in and helped form most of the academic associations related to the field. He has served as advisor, co-advisor, or committee member to over 100 doctoral students, lectured in 25 countries, held visiting professorial appointments in Europe and Asia, written 21 books, and published over 200 articles, monographs and book chapters. His book, "Management Information Systems: Conceptual Foundations, Structure, and Development," has been recognized as a classic text. He has received recognition as an ACM Fellow, AIS Fellow, and AIS LEO award (for lifetime achievement in the field of information systems). He has a doctorate from Stanford University and honorary doctorates from the University of Lyon, the University of Zurich, and the Stockholm School of Economics.

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