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P. L. Prairie ; IBM Data Systems Division, P.O. Box 100, Kingston, New York 12401, USA ; A. H. Weis

Technical computing comprises hardware systems, software, tools, communications networks, and applications to significantly increase productivity and competitiveness. A Technical Computing Structure (TCS) is described which provides a framework and IBM's direction to integrate these elements, including both IBM offerings and industry standards to support the technical end user. Also discussed are some of the special studies undertaken to improve development programs for this environment.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 4 )