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Informatics: the Next Wave

Attempting a summary of the application of computers in structural engineering is a little like taking a photograph of a river; when the prints come back, they may tell you that it is water, but the most important bits of information are absent - the rate of flow and what the river carries upstream. D.M. Brohn

Author(s): Brohn, D M

Keywords: computers;informatics;software;windows3;europe;codes of practice;design;information technology;graphics