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Fall Joint Computer Conference, 1963.

American Federation of Information Processing Societies.

Fall Joint Computer Conference, 1963.

by American Federation of Information Processing Societies.

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Published by Spartan Books .
Written in English


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SeriesConference proceedings -- v.24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19573781M

The public presentation was a session of the Fall Joint Computer Conference held at the Convention Center in San Francisco, and it was attended by about 1, computer professionals. This was the public debut of the computer mouse. But the mouse was only one of many innovations demonstrated that day, including hypertext, object addressing and. The Launch Vehicle Digital Computer (LVDC) was a computer that provided the autopilot for the Saturn V rocket from launch to Earth orbit insertion. Designed and manufactured by IBM 's Electronics Systems Center in Owego, N.Y., it was one of the major components of the Instrument Unit, fitted to the S-IVB stage of the Saturn V and Saturn IB rockets.

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Get this from a library! Proceedings of the November December 1, , fall joint computer conference, part I.. [Robert W Rector; ACM Digital Library.]. In , Douglas C. Englebart they had been working on since The public presentation was a session in the Fall Joint Computer Conference held at the Convention Center in San Francisco. This was the public debut of the computer mouse. This demonstration has become known as “the mother of all demos” at the Joint Computer.


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Fall Joint Computer Conference, 1963 by American Federation of Information Processing Societies. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This volume provides the permanent record of the Technical Program of the Fall Joint Computer Conference. In organizing the program, specific attention was directed toward providing a broad cross-section of material which covered all aspects of the field and reversing the trend toward concentration on software apparent in the past few Conferences.

Get this from a library. Proceedings of the November, fall joint computer conference. [James D Tupac; ACM Digital Library.]. In the American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS) took over sponsorship and renamed them Fall Joint Computer Conference (FJCC) and Spring Joint Computer Conference (SJCC).

In AFIPS merged the two conferences into a single annual National Computer Conference (NCC) which ran until discontinued in AFIPS '63 (Fall): Proceedings of the November, fall joint computer conference A multiprocessor system design.

AFIPS '63 (Fall): Proceedings of the November, fall joint computer conference. Simulation of an assembly of simplified nerve cells on a digital.

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Authors and affiliations. Get this from a library. Proceedings of the October, fall joint computer conference, part I. [ACM Digital Library.;].

AFIPS '68 (Fall, part I): Proceedings of the December, fall joint computer conference, part I. with permission from Proceedings of the AFIPS Fall Joint Computer Conference, Washington, D.C pson Books, plex situations; the time required by the other methods appears to grow with the square of situation complexity.

The only existing real-time solution to the hidden line. "A Superconductive Associative Memory," Proceedings of the Spring Joint Computer Conference, MayGoogle Scholar Digital Library Newhouse, V.

L., and R. Fruin, "A Cryogenic Data Addressed Memory," Proceedings of the Spring Joint Computer Conference, MayDownload PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

DAC-1, for Design Augmented by Computer, was one of the earliest graphical computer aided design systems. Developed by General Motors, IBM was brought in as a partner in and the two developed the system and released it to production in It was publicly unveiled at the Fall Joint Computer Conference in Detroit In a presentation at the Fall Joint Computer Conference in San Francisco, Engelbart and his team of 17 researchers gave a demonstration of a new computing platform called the on-Line System (NLS).

The NLS came with the computer mouse, a keyboard, a monitor, and a five-key “chored” key set for operators to input commands. In a presentation at the Fall Joint Computer Conference in San Francisco on Dec. 9,he introduced the concepts of hypertext linking, real-time text editing, the use of multiple windows, and.

Poppelbaum and C. Afuso, Noise Computer, University of Illinois, Dept. Computer Science, Quarterly Technical Progress Reports (April January ). Den Douglas ("Doug") Carl Engelbart, gebuer den Januar zu Portland, Oregon a gestuerwen den 2.

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huet hien den Turing-Präis fir säi Liewenswierk kritt. Sou huet den Engelbart ë. den éischte. “A Time- and Memory-Sharing Executive Program for Quick Response On-Line Applications,” Proc. Fall Joint Computer Conference, 27 (), pp. – Google Scholar Fredkin, E.

In computing, time-sharing is the sharing of a computing resource among many users at the same time by means of multiprogramming and multi-tasking. Its emergence as the prominent model of computing in the s represented a major technological shift in the history of computing.

By allowing many users to interact concurrently with a single computer, time-sharing dramatically lowered the cost. PROCEEDINGS~SPRING JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE, initial to the present location of the pen as shown in Figure 2.

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Proceedings of the December, fall joint computer conference. [J Wesley Leas; ACM Digital Library.].Abstract. In addition to opening the book, this chapter serves as a brief overview of the historical advances in stochastic computing.

We highlight four distinct eras, including early work from the s, fundamental work in the s, an era of slower progress in the s, s, and s, and a return to prominence in the s.The Solomon Computer project was started.

(Fall Joint Computer Conference ). The CDC was widely discussed (e.g. it was "being built by 16 men and a janitor"). By it was becoming very apparent to customers that IBM was no longer in the supercomputer race, and other companies really were going to deliver.