At last, a remedy for chronic QWERTY-skepticism!
AbstractSeptember 30, 1999 Prepared for presentation at the European Summer School in Industrial Dynamics (ESSID), held at Institute d'Etudes Scientifique de CargÃ¨se (Corse), France 5th - 12th September 1999
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