Fantasies in Processing: Web-based Computer Supported Processes in Data Management, Text Analysis, and Computer-Assisted Instruction
John M. Weiner, John H. R. Schuster, Roberta S., Ph.D. Horowitz, William P. McAfoos, Joanne Piniiewski-BondISBN: 1561678465;
"Fantasies in Processing" describes new methods in the analysis of scientific literature, database management, and computer-assisted instruction using the power and sophistication of the Internet. As a result of the enhanced capabilities in computing andcommunication, much of the mundane, mechanical process typically involved in developing and conducting scientific research can be replaced by computer software. This would allow full control and supervision of the procedures by the principal investigatorof the research program. Researchers can now gain freedom from the tedious effort traditionally devoted to reading, copying, extracting, sorting, storing, and retrieving information by employing the types of methods presented in "Fantasies in Processing."
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