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Abstract: Library workstations have gone through a lot of changes since they were first introduced to librarians by services and supply agencies. These micros have become more productive processing tools both in terms of the power and speed they offer as well as in terms of their capabilities. OCLC and Wilson, for example, both offer workstations that incorporate 20MB hard disk drives and 80286 processor chips. These and other workstations include built-in modems and standard or optional CD-ROM drives.
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|Publication Info:||Volume 5 Number 7|
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|Date Created:||2015-04-27 05:48:44|