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The LEO Computer: a case study in the use of an electronic computer in routine clerical work

Anon (1957) Political & Economic Planning, ‘The LEO Computer: a case study in the use of an electronic computer in routine clerical work’, Three Case Studies in Automation, July, probably authored by Leonard Tivey.

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Date : 1957

Creator : LEO

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH51037. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

The LEO Computer: a case study in the use of an electronic computer in routine clerical work

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