Structural Analysis Using Microcomputers State of the Art
The development of microcomputers in recent years is making a tremendous, and sometimes frightening impact on the whole human society. It has brought about developments that were inconceivable to most people at the time of its appearance, and it is still difficult to appreciate the full potential this phenomenon for mankind.
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