The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 25 > Structural Engineering and Information Technology: the Potential for the Future
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Structural Engineering and Information Technology: the Potential for the Future

The structural engineering profession has long been known for the creative use of computers in engineering and design activities. Current developments in information technology offer the opportunity for even further improvement in the structural engineering and construction process. Kenneth F. Reinschmidt