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The EATPUT model is a model for analyzing an information system designed by Anthony Debons of the University of Pittsburgh's School of Information Science in 1961. It has been widely used in the fields of information systems and information science, in a variety of areas. One example is the use of the model in the design of information systems to serve remote islands.

The EATPUT model is so called because of the six fundamental components, which taken together form the acronym EATPUT.