Computers and Quality Assurance



In the past decade one of the most important technological innovations in the analytical laboratory has been the widespread introduction of computers. This has followed the development of low-cost computer hardware, especially the ubiquitous personal computer or PC. For a few thousand dollars the laboratory can now purchase computing power which formerly would have cost hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars.


Quality Assurance Control Chart Unauthorized Access Computer Virus Laboratory Information Management System 
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