Programming a remote monitor and display system for a time sharing computer.
Cotton, Mitchell L.
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The optimization of computer usage from both the users and the computer point of view is discussed. A system wherein several users simultaneously operate separate consoles is explained and specific requirements are laid down for a monitor and display system for a time sharing computer patterned to fit operations at the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School, Computer Center and particularly the CDC 1604 computer and the DD 65 display unit. A more stringent and less flexible system working on the same principle is described and programmed with explanations and instructions for expansion.
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