Great Britain leads world in computer-to-student ratio
- How computers are used. // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p37
Cites the different functions that computers perform in various activities. Computers in education; Computers to assist in communication; Computers as art aids; Databases; Forecasting using computers; Computers in manufacturing; Other uses.
- Did you know? // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p41
Features fascinating facts about computers. The first computers ever used called abacuses; Information about the first electronic computer developed in 1946; Capabilities of computers used in the 1990s.
- How computers work. // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p36
Explains how computers function. The three necessary elements including hardware, software, and the user; Input; Processing; Storage; Output; Communication between computers; Software; CD-ROMs; Diagram of a computer system.
- How to select your computer system. Corbett, Terry // African Business;Jan1998, Issue 228, p27
Focuses on various aspects of the computer. Components of the system; Factors which determines its speed; Important parts of the computer; Differences between the software and hardware.
- Computers: Paving the way to new... Teicholz, E. // Architectural Record;Sep1988, Vol. 176 Issue 10, p151
Discusses how long-range space planning offers the greatest potential for architects in facility management and how to sell and charge for computer-aided facility-management services.
- Computers: Roundtable tackles the difficult issues. Hoyt, C.K. // Architectural Record;Apr1989, Vol. 177 Issue 4, p133
Continues a roundtable discussion begun in `Architectural Record's' February issue concerning the use of computers, their capabilities in the profession of architecture, and ways to best utilize them.
- An expert panel explores the pros and cons of computerized specifications: Part II. Hoyt, C.K. // Architectural Record;Aug1989, Vol. 177 Issue 9, p131
Continues coverage of a roundtable held this spring. Explores subjects ranging from cost-effectiveness to what lies ahead. Computerized specifications.
- Apple grows at Taliesin West. Ross, S.S. // Architectural Record;Jan1990, Vol. 178 Issue 1, p171
Reports on a conference held at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West in which architects were given the opportunity to test Apple Macintosh based systems.
- Beyond computers as pencils. // Architectural Record;Nov1990, Vol. 178 Issue 12, p25
Looks at how the computer revolution can, and will, finally begin to change the practice of architecture. Benefits; Worker productivity; Making automation work.
- New kid on the block. Ballast, D. // Architectural Record;Feb1991, Vol. 179 Issue 2, p40
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