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Computer report II: More power by networking: Whether computers communicate as equals or in a superior-subordinate mode, the outcome is usually positive

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1 Author(s)
Bell, C.G. ; Digital Equipment Corp., Maynard, MA, USA

Reviews developments in computer networks which have evolved for reasons of economics and efficiency to permit information resident in one computer to be shared with others, to enable large numbers of users to have remote access to a computing centre, and to control the flow of information from one point to another. Types of systems and network configurations are discussed.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 2 )