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Cambridge University Computer Society - Databus - Issue 15, April 1991

Databus was the magazine of the Cambridge University Computer Society.

Contents:

 

Editorial

Chairman's Report

The Dangers of Software Patents

Adventure?

Documentation - why we need it and what it should be

Raising Our Standards

MVS vs UNIX

Fuzzy Systems

Computer Graphics in Entertainment

Phoenix 4 - Phoenix under Un*x

Music: Artform or Science

The Cover Story

 

51 pages.

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Publication Date : April 1991



Creator : Cambridge University Computer Society

Format : PDF, A4

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH41165. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: Cambridge University Computer Society - Databus - Issue 15, April 1991

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