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A Literature Review of Spreadsheet Technology

  title={A Literature Review of Spreadsheet Technology},
  author={A. Bock},
  • A. Bock
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science
  • It was estimated that there would be over 55 million end-user programmers in 2012 [1] in many different fields such as engineering, insurance and banking, and the numbers are not expected to have dwindled since. Consequently, technological advancements of spreadsheets is of great interest to a wide number of people from different backgrounds. This literature review presents an overview of research on spreadsheet technology, its challenges and its solutions. We also attempt to identify why… CONTINUE READING

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