Database Management and Analytical Techniques for Agricultural Planning: A Course Manual
AbstractForeword, Introduction, Integrated Database Management for Agricultural Planning and Research, by J.W.T. Bottema; Introduction to Relational Database Management Systems, by Gary Timoshenko; Access Relational Database Management System, by Terry van Druemel, Hasrat Madiadipura, Muhamad Arif and Gary Timoshenko; Geographic Information Systems: An Overview, by Mohammad A.T. Chowdhury; Geographical Information Systems: MapInfo, by Muhamad Arif, Siemon Hollema and Mohammad Chowdhury; Sets: An Approach to Decision-Making and Conceptualization, by J.W.T. Bottema and Mohammad A.T Chowdhury; Introduction to Spreadsheets, Gary Timoshenko; Elementary Statistical Methods for Agricultural Research, by Siemon Hollema; Linear Programming and Multiple Goal Linear Programming for Agricultural Planning, by Siemon Hollema; Mathematical Programming in GAMS: A Course Manual for Agricultural Planning, by Siemon Hollema
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA) in its series Monographs with number 32732 and published in 2000.
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