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Computer methods in the analysis of large-scale social systems.
James M. Beshers
Originally published 1965.
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Computer Methods in the Analysis of Large-Scale Social Systems (Harvard-MIT Joint Center for Urban Studies Series) 2nd Edition by James M. Beshers (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Paperback. Contributions to this edition of Computer Methods have been extensively revised and contain much new material—updating the proceedings of a conference held in at the Joint Center for Urban Studies of Computer methods in the analysis of large-scale social systems.
book and Harvard University. In this conference social scientists experienced in computer use compared notes on the problems and benefits encountered in their studies with. Book Review: Computer Methods in the Analysis of Large-Scale Social Systems edited by James Beshers, Harvard University Press, London: O.U.P.,pp.36/- Peter Norman Urban Studies 5: 3, Author: Peter Norman.
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