Items where Research Area is "Computer science and informatics"

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B

Benson, Ian and Lloyd, John (1984) New technology and industrial change: the impact of the scientific-technical revolution on labour and industry. London, U.K. : Kogan Page Ltd. 224p. ISBN 9780850382846

C

Clark, Keith, Ennals, Richard and McCabe, Frank (1984) Basic concepts. In: Clark, Keith and McCabe, Frank, (eds.) Micro-PROLOG: programming in logic. London, U.K. : Prentice Hall. ISBN 013581264X

E

Ennals, Richard and Briggs, Jonathan (1984) Logic and programming. In: Torrance, Steve, (ed.) The mind and the machine: philosophical aspects of artificial intelligence. Chichester : Ellis Horwood Limited. pp. 133-144. (Artificial Intelligence) ISBN 0853127123

Ennals, Richard (1984) Teaching logic as a computer language in schools. In: Yazdani, Masoud, (ed.) New horizons in educational computing. Chichester : Ellis Horwood. pp. 164-177. (Ellis Horwood series in artificial intelligence) ISBN 0853126437

Ennals, Richard, Briggs, Jonathan and Brough, Derek (1984) What the naive user wants from Prolog. In: Campbell, J.A., (ed.) Implementations of Prolog. Chichester, U.K. : Ellis Horwood. pp. 376-386. (Artificial intelligence) ISBN 0853126755

Ennals, Richard (1984) The importance of PROLOG. In: Griffiths, M. and Tagg, E.D., (eds.) The role of programming in teaching informatics: IFIP Working Conference Proceedings. North-Holland Publishing Co. pp. 93-101. ISBN 9780444876645

Ennals, Richard (1984) The use of computer in the study of teaching of history. Education, Telematique, Informatique(1), pp. 33-45.

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