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Subject:Minimalist Design From:David Tietyen <tietyen -at- PICARD -dot- MSOE -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 10 Feb 1994 10:08:23 EST
The December 1990 issue of IEEE Transactions of Professional Communication
has an excellent article by David Farkas and Thomas Williams entitled
"John Carroll's Nurnberg Funnel and Minimalist Documentation." My
recollection of the article is that they undertake a fairly thorought
analysis of the concept.
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Tietyen -at- picard -dot- msoe -dot- edu