Facilities planning for a micro-computer laboratory for the Administrative Sciences Department at the Naval Postgraduate School
Bouma, John C.
Graveen, John W.
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As computsrs ars being used to an increasing degree thraughc'jt the rnilitary services, there is c rising demand fcr ccnputer arrangements '.uhich can take advantage nf the pnuer cf micrcccmputars . The high cast cf nainframe ccmp'jters, the ca^^ple^: scftware they require, and the high cost cf that scftware is making it more attracti'.'e to use c nstunrk arrangement cf smaller computers to do many of the Jobs of c single mainframe. !^t the Nc'-'cl Postgraduate School, a microcomputer laboratory is needed, both to supplement the existing computer assets, and to provide the e^:posure to microcomputers the students must have to be effective as managers of the information systems for which they are responsible . This thesis performs the facilities planning for a microcomputer laboratory for the i^dministrat ion Sciences Department at the Naval Postgraduate School.
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