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UNIX is a word that is on everyone's lips, computer professionals and computer users alike. This is a personal view of the development of the UNIX operating system. The author has been working with UNIX as a computer professional since 1978. Since 1982 his work has been almost exclusively in...
As the computing world in general gets more excited about Open Systems and UNIX, so these developments are reflected in the library housekeeping systems marketplace, a trend which was identified in VINE 76 The turnkey systems marketplace ten years on. There are now quite a number of systems on...
A recent new entrant on the library scene in the UK is a Danish library system called the Supermax Library System. A UNIXbased turnkey system particularly suitable for large academic and public libraries, the Supermax Library System has become well established in Denmark. Its producers Dansk...
The previous article provides an overview of the Supermax Library System from Dansk Data Elektronik DDE of Copenhagen, Denmark. It describes the functionality of the modules currently available and mentions the fact that it is particularly suitable for use in large academicresearch libraries and...
Nottinghamshire County Libraries recently embarked on a new phase of automation with the replacement of their ageing Plessey SPC1B circulation system possibly the last in the country. This serviced the five largest branch libraries in the Nottinghamshire system which includes all the City...
The London Borough of Camden assumed responsibility for education in April 1990 upon abolition of the Inner London Education Authority.
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