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in REQUIREMENTS OF ELECTRONIC BUSINESS
ELECTRONIC BUSINESS MACHINE CHARACTER
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accounting adding machine analog computer applications of electronic arithmetic element basic BINAC binary digits binary system business needs businessman capacity Chapter checks circuits clerical personnel complicated cost department stores designed desk calculators efficiency electric typewriters electro-mechanical relays electron tubes electronic business machines electronic computers electronic digital computers ENIAC errors factors functions future applications general-purpose handling human IBM SSEC increase input and output installation instructions internal memory internal storage inventory control keyboard large number large-scale computers Magnetic Core Storage magnetic drum storage magnetic tape mechanical desk memory unit microseconds minimum inventory level multibar printer needs of business obtained output devices output of information payroll perform possible present primarily probably procedures production scheduling punched card equipment Punched Card Systems punched tape puter records reliability Remington Rand Reservisor rotating wheel printer savings solving speed storage devices tion transistors UNIVAC utilization vacuum tubes