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Discussion on Genesys - An Attempt to Rationalise the use of Computers in Structural Engineering. Part 1: The need for a system; Part 2: Use of the system by D. G. Alcock and B.H. Shearing

Dr. Allwood: ‘I am delighted to have this opportunity of opening the discussion after Mr. Alcock’s excellent presentation. This gives me an opportunity to explain to you something of the Genesys Centre and its position relating to the development of the system.'