U.C.L.A. professor wins Framework II Applications Contest, receives Ashton-Tate achievement award
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Press release announcing that U.C.L.A. Professor Lee G. Cooper was named grand prize winner of the Framework II Applications Contest for his development of a model that simulates real-world retail marketing decisions. Ashton-Tate and PC Magazine co-sponsored the contest to recognize outstanding applications development with Framework II, Ashton-Tate's multifunction software product. Donated by Ed Esber. 3 scanned pages.
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