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Computer Industry


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Computer Industry

The Computer Industry

Complacency in the computer industry

'History-friendly' models of industry evolution: the computer industry

Market Making in the Personal Computer Industry

The China Great Wall Computer Company: Transforming the State-Run Computer Industry

The Future of Computer Technology and its Implications for the Computer Industry

Relative size and firm growth in the global computer industry

Humphreys, Arthur Leslie Charles (1917–2003), computer industry executive

Hudson, Thomas Charles [Tom] (1915–2009), computer industry executive

Nixon, Sir Edwin Ronald (1925–2008), computer industry executive

A Survey of the Economic Role of Software Platforms in Computer-based Industries

International Capital on “Silicon Plateau”: Work and Control in India's Computer Industry

Comments on the BCS Lecture ‘The Future of Computer Technology and its Implications for the Computer Industry’ by Professor Steve Furber

Vertical integration and disintegration of computer firms: a history-friendly model of the coevolution of the computer and semiconductor industries

Changing Boundaries of Firms in the Evolution of the Computer Industry: Towards a History‐Friendly Model

James W. Cortada. The Digital Hand, Volume 2: How Computers Changed the Work of American Financial, Telecommunications, Media, and Entertainment Industries. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. xv + 629 pp. ISBN 0-19-516587-X, $59.50.

James W. Cortada. The Digital Hand: How Computers Changed the Work of American Manufacturing, Transportation, and Retail Industries. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press, 2003. 512 pp. ISBN 0-19-516588-8, $24.95 (cloth)

 

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One broad measure of the power of a computer is the number of so-called floating-point operations (such as adding together two numbers) a machine can perform in a second. The ...

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