Clarence A. Ellis, Najah Naffah.
Clarence A. The goal of this book is to present a framework within which the myriad of office technologies and office systems design techniques can be better understood. There are a number of office books which deal with the l aspects of office automation or with office equip ment introduction strategies. This book differs from those in that it is written by technical computer people for technical computer people
Authors: Ellis, Clarence . Naffah, Najah.
Authors: Ellis, Clarence . This book differs from those in that it is written by technical computer people for technical computer people. As such, it assumes a general computer literacy and contains a technical emphasis with a social fiber woven in.
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Clarence "Skip" Ellis (May 11, 1943 – May 17, 2014) was an American computer scientist, and Emeritus Professor of Computer Science and Cognitive Science at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Ellis was the first African-American to earn a P. in Computer Science (1969), and the first African-American to be elected a Fellow of the ACM (1997).
Najah Selim Naffah, French Computer company executive. Decorated Ordre National du Merite (France). Served to captain Lebanese Army, 1968-1973. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (senior), Association for Computing Machinery, International Federation for Information Processing (Silver Core award 1983).
Clarence (Skip) Ellis attended graduate school in Computer Science from the University of Illinois .
Clarence (Skip) Ellis attended graduate school in Computer Science from the University of Illinois where he worked on hardware, software, and applications of the Illiac 4 Supercomputer. Clarence Ellis is the first African American to receive a P. in Computer Science (1969). He has published several books, and over 100 technical papers and reports, lectured in more than a dozen countries, and was an invited speaker on object oriented systems at the most recent IFIP World Computer Conference. Proceedings of the Groupware'96 Conference, August 1996.
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There are a number of office books which deal with the l aspects of office automation or with office equip- ment introduction strategies.