Don M. Avedon

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From the earliest times, man has made his mark. At first his marks were made with his own fingers on walls of caves. He used a chisel or brush to create pictures of animals. He developed symbols, alphabet and languages. Man used marks to pass information from person to person and from generation to generation. Through the ages, man recorded information to(More)
A discussion of the nature of information and how data flows through a basic data processing system. The key functions of INPUT, PROCESSING, and OUTPUT are reviewed, with emphasis on data capture and output reporting. After a typical information system is described, the various places where micrographics fits are analyzed. Microfilm is shown as a complement(More)
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