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Every interactive computer system involves a user interface. Microcomputer software shows many innovations in user interfaces. Microcomputer software also reveals some of the difficulties and ongoing weaknesses of user interface design. The author discusses ease of learning versus speed and...
This article provides a broad overview of telecommunications and networkrelated technologies. Topics covered include identification and review of network elements, analog and digital signals, synchronous and asynchronous transmission formats, transmission media and equipment, transmission...
The ARPANET, initiated in 1969 by the Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA of the Department of Defense DoD, was the first wide area packet switching network. In 1984, the ARPANET, which had grown to over 100 nodes, was separated into two parts an operational component, the MILNET, to serve...
This article describes the automated inventory management of rotating collections and may be applied to any such collections including reserve book rooms, book mobiles, interbranch loans and regional libraries. As a result of 10 years of planning and implementation and a half million dollar...
The user interface, in broad terms, is the medium through which the user and the information come together. The types of searches a public access catalog PAC can perform are defined by the indexing strategy and retrieval software. The way the user's interest is communicated to the retrieval...
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