Human Choice and Computers, 2: Proceedings of the Second IFIP Conference on Human Choice and Computers, Baden, Austria, 4-8 June 1979, Volume 2
North-Holland Publishing Company, 1980 - Computers and civilization - 305 pages
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THE CHALLENGE OF LOW COST COMPUTERS
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