Computers in urban and regional government

papers from the fourteenth annual conference of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, August 29-September 2, 1976, Atlanta, Georgia
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Statementeditor, Ononeze M. Anochie.
ContributionsAnochie, Ononeze M.
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LC ClassificationsJS344.E4 U7 1977
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Paginationxi, 655 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4563961M
ISBN 100916848132
LC Control Number77077876

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