Education and training for CAD — a comparative study of requirements for developing and developed nations
This paper presents comparisons, experiences and requirements for the introduction and transfer of technology relating to CADCAM between Finland and Great Britain. It then provides a further comparison with some technology transfer exercises undertaken with the socialist nations.
KeywordsTechnology Transfer International Experience Information Processing Technique Educational Organization Engineering Graduate
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