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Abstract The conventional method for criminal investigation and trial of cases in the law courts in developing countries is usually slow. Consequently, the society is characterized by prolonged periods of detention of the suspects awaiting trial and congestion in the prisons and law courts. This...
Abstract Since its introduction in the early 1970s the Decision Support System (DSS) concept has attracted a lot of attention from academics as well as users from business organizations. The literature abounds with accounts of systems that are claimed to have used the concept. The common...
Abstract Aid organizations represent an important source of funding for projects involving information technology (IT) in developing countries. However, few of these organizations see information technology as a new and important sector in development, despite the fact that numerous developing...
Abstract This paper describes research carried out into the use of computers by accountants in developing countries. The research objectives included an examination of the extent to which accountants used computers, the benefits they expected from usage and an identification of some of the...
Abstract A new centrally‐planned approach for the development of computer‐based information systems required by the Greek government is proposed. The overall structure and the technical characteristics of the new Greek local government information system at national level is outlined. A...
Tropical Librarianship W. J. Plumbe The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Matuchen, N.J. and London, 1987
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