An edition of What can be automated? (1980)

What can be automated?

The computer science and engineering research study (COSERS)

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An edition of What can be automated? (1980)

What can be automated?

The computer science and engineering research study (COSERS)

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Publisher
MIT Press
Language
English
Pages
934

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Published in

Cambridge, Mass

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

Series
The MIT Press series in computer science ; 3, MIT Press series in computer science ; 3
Other Titles
Computer science and engineering research study., COSERS.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
001.64
Library of Congress
QA76 .W49

The Physical Object

Pagination
934 p. :
Number of pages
934

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL17762046M
Internet Archive
whatcanbeautomat00arde
ISBN 10
0262010607
LCCN
80010102
OCLC/WorldCat
5992299
Library Thing
4799717
Amazon ID (ASIN)
Goodreads
3839545

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