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Database Management and Analytical Techniques for Agricultural Planning: A Course Manual

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  • Anonymous
  • Hollema, Siemon
  • Chowdhury, Mohammad A.T.

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Foreword, 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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  • Anonymous & Hollema, Siemon & Chowdhury, Mohammad A.T., 2000. "Database Management and Analytical Techniques for Agricultural Planning: A Course Manual," Monographs, United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA), number 32732, August.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ucapmo:32732
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