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ICDBHSS - 1988
"Cologne Computer Conference"

Cologne, Germany

Sept. 7, 1988 - Sept. 10, 1988

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Three international associations combined forces for the occasion: the International Conference on databases in the Humanities and Social Sciences (ICDBHSS); the Association for History and Computing (AHC); and the International Federation of Data Organisations for the Social Sciences (IFDO). -http://users.ox.ac.uk/~lou/Reports/1988-09-07.html

References: Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung (51/XIV, 1989 (3) Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung (52/XIV, 1989 (4) Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung (53/XV, 1990 (1) H.Best & M. Thaller (eds), Computers in the Humanities and the Social Sciences. Achievements of the 1980's; Prospects of the 1990's. Proceedings of the Cologne Computer Conference 1988. Uses of the Computer in the Humanities and Social Sciences held at the University of Cologne September 1988 ( Münich 1991)

Contributors: Scott Weingart

Attendance: 500

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Series: ICDBHSS (7)

Organizers: ICDBHSS

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