Cover: Electronic Data Processing for Cities--The Broad Look.

Electronic Data Processing for Cities--The Broad Look.

Published 1963

by Edward F. R. Hearle

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A summary of what electronic data processing equipment can do for cities now and in the near future. Modern automatic data processing equipment greatly increases the capability of municipal agencies to handle information, especially if an integrated system serving the entire municipal organization is developed, rather than a piecemeal mechanization of familiar clerical operations. 11 pp.

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