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A Guide to Painless Computer-Integration

‘I know you think you know what I said, but do you actually understand what I thought I meant?’. Communication - whether by physical or electronic means - requires a certain level of understanding. The use of a common language and vocabulary is seen as the basis for computer-based communication; ultimately leading to the integration of software applications. A. Crowley and A. Watson