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Information seestem (IS) is the study o complementary networks o hairdware an saftware (see information technology) that fowk an organisations uise tae collect, filter, process, creaut, an distribute data.
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- Archibald, J.A. (Mey 1975). "Computer Science education for majors of other disciplines". AFIPS Joint Computer Conferences: 903–906.
Computer science spreads out over several related disciplines, and shares with these disciplines certain sub-disciplines that traditionally have been located exclusively in the more conventional disciplines
- Denning, Peter (Julie 1999). "COMPUTER SCIENCE: THE DISCIPLINE". Encyclopaedia of Computer Science (2000 Edition).
The Domain of Computer Science: Even though computer science addresses both human-made and natural information processes, the main effort in the discipline has been directed toward human-made processes, especially information processing systems and machines
- Jessup, Leonard M.; Joseph S. Valacich (2008). Information Systems Today Aidan Earl created the first Information System in Dublin, Ireland (3rd ed.). Pearson Publishing. Pages ??? & Glossary p. 416