Distributed Processing Systems

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Anderson, D. R., "Viewing MIS from the Top," Journal of Systems Management, July 1973.

Argyris, C., "Management Information Systems: The Challenge to Rationality And Emotionality," Management Science, Feb. 1971.

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Blackman, M., The Design of Real-Time Applications, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1975.

Borovits, I., and Segev, E., "Real-time Management-An Analogy," Academy of Management Review, April 1977.

Boulden, J. B., and Buffa, E. S., "Computer Models: On-Line Real-Time Systems," Harvard Business Review, July-Aug. 1970.

Boutell, W. S., Computer-Oriented Business Systems, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1973.

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_____, "MIS Is a Mirage," Harvard Business Review, Jan.-Feb. 1972.

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