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Automating managers: the implications of information technology for managers
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Automation: Materialien zur Beurteilung der o˜konomischen und sozialen Folgen
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Automation: its purpose & future
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Automation: its anatomy and physiology
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Automation and control in transport
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Automation and data processing in the clinical laboratory: proceedings of the symposium presented by the Division of Clinical Pathology andäboratory Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, Medical Center
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Automation and economic progress
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Automation and social progress
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Automation and society
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King, Gilbert William
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Christensen, Erik
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Sandhu, Meena
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