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Architecture of a pictorial database management system

Clement H. C. Leung

Architecture of a pictorial database management system

by Clement H. C. Leung

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Published by British Library Research and Development Department in (London) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p46-53.

StatementC.H.C. Leung and J.N.D. Hibler.
SeriesBritish Library R & D report -- 6066, British Library research and development report -- 6066.
ContributionsHibler, J. N. D., British Library. Research and Development Department.
The Physical Object
Pagination53,(7) leaves ;
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19104815M

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