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ACM First International Conference on Systems Documentation

Fullname:1st International Conference on Systems Documentation
Editors:Jan Barlett; John Walter
Location:Carson, California
Dates:1982-Jan-22 to 1982-Jan-23
Standard No:ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: DOC82; ISBN 0-89791-080-X
Software documentation an automated approach BIBAFull-Text 1-8
  Jonathan Arnon; Harry Lehrhaupt
Function Design Document: Toward better documentation for data processing contracts BIBAFull-Text 9-12
  Steven Brower
Automating the Technical Publications Department BIBAFull-Text 13-17
  John D. Browne
Concept notion for automatic and dynamic thesaurus updating BIBAKFull-Text 18-22
  M. F. Bruandet
Piloting electronic mail in today's office environment BIBAFull-Text 23-28
  Bonnie A. Callender; E. David Callender
An evaluation of the AUGMENT system BIBAFull-Text 29-35
  E. D. Callender
User manuals: What does the user really need? BIBAFull-Text 36-39
  Roy L. Chafin
An automated FORTRAN documenter BIBAFull-Text 40-45
  Timothy E. Erickson
Computers aid index and glossary preparation BIBAFull-Text 46-60
  Ivan Flores
A software test documentation standard BIBAFull-Text 61-63
  David Gelperin
Documentation production from a formal database BIBAFull-Text 64-77
  Christopher Hartsough; Yuzo Yamamoto; E. David Callender
SAI-SDDLTM ... a tool for automated documentation BIBAFull-Text 78-80
  Donald A. Heimburger; Marcia A. Metcalfe
Document preparation by an experimental text and facsimile integrated workstation BIBAFull-Text 81-87
  Wolfgang Harak; Wolfgang Postl
Chart drawing: A simplified tool for improving computer system documentation BIBAFull-Text 88-92
  Kenneth A. Hough; Larry R. Hart
On-line documentation for application systems BIBAFull-Text 93-101
  Kimberly Hourigan; Carolyn Stockdale
Scope of the OIS/OA project BIBAFull-Text 102-103
  D. D. Lombardi
Office automation and the management of change BIBAFull-Text 104-106
  Ann W. Luke
Improving documentation BIBAFull-Text 107-119
  Scott L. McGregor
Word processor to mainframe links: Why, what, and how BIBAFull-Text 120-128
  Marcia L. Meyers
Documentational analysis: Or Good Common Sense BIBAFull-Text 129-131
  Diana Patterson
Documentation specialists as a solution to the programmer shortage BIBAFull-Text 132-135
  Stephanie Rosenbaum
Documentation for the casual user: A critical overview BIBAFull-Text 136-138
  Daniel Rosich
System documentation as software BIBAFull-Text 139-142
  Geoffrey James Sickler
Alert -- a systems management process BIBAFull-Text 143-150
  Andrew D. Tidwell
Teaching systems design through systems documentation BIBAFull-Text 151-152
  John P. Walter
Development of a computer database to enhance educational and employment access for individuals with disabilities BIBAFull-Text 153-154
  Helen Woodall; Don Warner; Joseph Chiang; Peter Chan; Albert Cook; Lawrence Meyers; Patricia Sonntag