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Many users today interact dynamically with computers through the use of terminals. But not all users have a thorough knowledge of computers. As a result, applications and systems are being designed with ease of use as a prime objective. Computers participate in their own resource management and installation management; often, they have access to other computers and thus can supply users with myriad services. The papers in this issue explore this era of dynamic interaction between user and computer.
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