J. Brown, T. R. Miller

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    The proliferation of cheap, ever more powerful, personal computers has given the engineer a tool on his desk or on the rig which can allow him firstly to monitor and manipulate selectively a much greater density of data and secondly gives him the flexibility to examine quickly a much wider range of solutions than before. It can reasonably be claimed that the productivity of a welltesting engineer can be increased by an order of magnitude by the use of a microcomputer and suitable interactive program. This paper describes briefly one such program.

    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 1985

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