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Computers and the Humanities

1972 Volume 6, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Computer as an Instructional Device for the Arabic Writing System

    Victorine Abboud

    A well conceived computer-assisted instruction (CAI) program in the Arabic writing system will be a more efficient and effective method than either conventional classroom teaching or programmed... More

    pp. 195-207

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  2. EYEBALL: A Computer Program for Description of Style

    Donald Ross & Robert H. Rasche

    The EYEBALL information system is designed for students of literature, with special applications to literary style, criticism, and the history of ideas. (Authors) More

    pp. 213-21

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  3. SCAN: A Simple Conversational Programming Language for Text Analysis

    P J. Brown

    It is hoped that in its role as a conversational programming language for the layman who wants to learn about text analysis, SCAN will fill a gap in the range of available programming tools. (MB) More

    pp. 223-7

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