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Abstract Computer‐based information systems should be conceptualised as social systems in which technology is only one of the dimensions. This broader perspective on information systems offers opportunities for a deeper understanding of their development and use. The social systems approach is...
Abstract This paper discusses the strategy adopted to introduce computing into Sri Lankan universities, the lessons learnt in the process, and the present and future of the new discipline in the universities in Sri Lanka.
Abstract The paper traces the development of use of computers in Hungary from its beginning in the late 1950s to the present day. It comments on the early difficulties arising from the use of incompatible systems and from the lack of an adequate telecommunication system, and on the problems of...
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