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International microcomputers, minicomputers, microprocessors '77

International microcomputers, minicomputers, microprocessors '77 : the proceedings of an international conference, Palais des Expositions, Geneva, 24-26 May 1977 / organized by the Industrial and Scientific Conference Management Inc

Description     Guildford, Eng. : IPC Science and Technology Press, 1977.
367 pages : illustrated
ISBN     0902852787

Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects: Microcomputers - Congresses.  |  Minicomputers - Congresses.  |  Microprocessors - Congresses.
Mini/Microcomputers in real-time systems
Multi-processor systems - intelligent terminals
Mini/Microcomputers in commercial applications
Mini/MIicrocomputers in industrial control and automation

This book was very kindly donated by William R (Bill) Nayland


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