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Int'l Conference and Workshop on the Engineering of Computer-Based Systems (17th: 2010: Oxford, UK) Ed.
The papers presented emphasized that 20th-century computer-based systems continue to be used, mainly delivered via the World Wide Web.
Strobocam is about half the price of conventional flashing-light videostroboscopes, and less than one-third the price of more advanced computer-based systems.
How Geographic Redundancy Can Improve Service Availability and Reliability of Computer-Based Systems Enterprises make significant investments in geographically redundant systems to mitigate the very unlikely risk of a natural or man-made disaster rendering their primary site inaccessible or destroying it completely.
Annual IEEE International Conference and Workshop on the Engineering of Computer-Based Systems (16th: 2009: San Francisco, CA) Computer Society Press 2009 349 pages $200.
Interventions The profession has four common methods of intervention: one-to-one counseling, group counseling, group guidance, and interactive computer-based systems and Web sites.
ICS Medical Corporation, a manufacturer of computer-based systems for otoneurologic testing, has launched CHARTR EP with PediABR.
PAR is also a leader in providing computer-based system design and engineering services to the Department of Defense and Federal Government Agencies.