The Pattern of Structural Computing: 1946-1966

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The Pattern of Structural Computing: 1946-1966

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The Pattern of Structural Computing: 1946-1966
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This was the opening papcr at the International Conference on Structural Computing held in Newcastle-on-Tyne in July 1966. It is a review of the general pattern of development of computer techniques and their effect on structural engineering during the last twenty years. R.K. Livesley

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