The use of DBASE II and microcomputers
Kondylopoulos, Haralabos P.
Rawlinson, Linda C.
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The Hellenic Air Force storage/utilization database management system (DBMS), utilizes mainframe computers. It is a system for large applications, such as big business, and it is used only at the Air Force Headquarters level. However, the need for an extension of this system, to lower levels, has been recognized for a long time. This problem can be resolved through the implementation of the DBMS programs developed for this thesis, and the utilization of DEASE II software applied to microcomputers, vice the larger, more expensive, mainframe computers.
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