Academic Software Supply: Concept and Experiences Part 1
The rapid rate of technological change in micro-electronic has led to more and more cheaper computers with increasing performance. The micro-computer-revolution had great effects on academic computing. Formerly characterized by centralization of computer performance the situation today has changed to a more and more distributed computing environment, created by a large number of microcomputers scattered throughout all departments of a university.
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