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The development of computer graphics products and the growth of the market for those products during the 1980s are reviewed. It is asserted that the market can sustain at least 10%-per-year dollar volume growth over the next five years, and it is estimated that US supplier shipments will exceed $40 billion by 1995, with the highest growth coming from software and systems, closely followed by workstations and PCs. Particulars are given to support these forecasts.<>

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 1 )