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Appendix B Selected Bibliography Abernathy, W. J., K. B. Clark, and A. M. Kantrow. 1981. The new industrial competition. Harvard Business Review 59(5):68-81. Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. ABET. 1983. Criteria for Ac- crediting Programs in Engineering, AB-7. Available from ABET, 345 E. 47th St., New York, NY 10017. Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. 1983. Criteria for Accrediting Programs in Engineering Technology, AB-8. Available from ABET, 345 E. 47th St., New York, NY 10017. Aerospace America. 1984. The manufacturing engineer as a national pnority. AIAA Bulletin. April:B4. American Machinist. 1981. CAM: An international comparison. American Machinist. Special Report 740. November:207-226. Argoff, N. J. 1984. Fourteen individual case studies on education and training in computerized manufacturing automation-primary school through university. Paper to be issued singly by the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment, Washington, D.C. Argots, N. J. 1984. New technology as a catalyst for American education: A flexible systems approach to American institutions. Paper commissioned by the American Enterprise Institute under a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce. Ashburn, A. 1984. Is there a place for joint research? American Machinist. January:5. Ayres, R. U., and S. M. Miller. 1982. Robotics and Conservation of Human Resources. Technology in Society 4(3):181-197. Ayres, R. U., and S. M. Miller. 1982. Robotics: Applications and Social Implications. Cambridge: Ballinger. Ayres, R. U., and S. M. Miller. 1983. Robotic realities: Near-term prospects and problems. In R. J. Miller, ea., pp. 28-55. Baldwin, L. V. 1984. An electronic university. IEEE Spectrum 21(11):108-110. Barash, M. M. 1980. Computer integrated manufacturing systems. In L. Kops, ea., pp. 37-50. Behrman, J. N., and R. I. Levin. 1984. Are business schools doing their job? Harvard Business Review 62(1):140-147. 120
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