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Abstract This paper describes a project designed to improve planning procedures, through the introduction of microcomputers into the Central Planning Division, Ministry of Finance, Government of Meridian. The first section places the logic of the computerization project within the context of a...
Abstract Countries throughout the world now have experience with national policy relating to computer use in education. However it remains difficult to synthesize this experience. Some method of conceptualization about pertinent features of national policies could help educational decision...
Abstract As the world marks twenty years of Software Engineering, this note examines the practice and impact of the discipline in a typical developing country. The training, job requirements, exposure and experience of software engineers are also appraised against this background.
Abstract There are many social economic and technical obstacles to the introduction of information technology [IT] in third world countries. These countries not only face barriers raised by their own circumstances but also those which impede any process of technical innovation; whatever the...
Abstract The paper addresses the need for a practical guide to the formulation of an operational strategy for Informatics development in less developed countries. Given the importance of Informatics, which cuts across and interacts with almost all strategic sectors of a nation's life, the...
National computer policies, Ben G. Mattey and Thomas A. McDannold, Computer Press of the IEEE, USA 1987
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