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Equipment, guidelines and software for interactive computer graphics agricultural engineering applications


, : Equipment, guidelines and software for interactive computer graphics agricultural engineering applications. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (85-4505): 14

Agricultural engineering application programs for microcomputers are needed as supporting tools for extension agents. A study was conducted to provide direction for further development of engineering applications which utilize computer graphics.


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