Computer Discipline and Design Practice Shaping Our Future (Edits, No 5)
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Computer Discipline and Design Practice Shaping Our Future (Edits, No 5) by Aart Bijl

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Published by Edinburgh University Press .
Written in English


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  • Data processing,
  • Cad/Cam,
  • Computers - General Information,
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  • Engineering design,
  • CAD-CAM - General,
  • Technology / General,
  • Computer Bks - General Information,
  • Computer-aided design

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The Physical Object
Number of Pages186
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Open LibraryOL8280906M
ISBN 100852246447
ISBN 109780852246443

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