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Human factors of a ‘natural language’ enduser system

  • Magdalena Zoeppritz
Enduser Systems
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 150)

Keywords

Natural Language Formal Language Structure Query Language Data Base Management System General Vocabulary 
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  • Magdalena Zoeppritz
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  1. 1.Heidelberg Scientific CenterIBM GermanyHeidelberg

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