RADIK: an interactive graphics and text editor
Ashford, Richard F., Jr.
Rahe, George A.
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RADIK is an interactive graphics and text editing system designed for use with an ADAGE AGT/10 graphics computer, either in a stand-alone mode, or in conjunction with an XDS 9300 computer. The thesis presents an overview of desirable attributes and capabilities of an interactive graphics display system. A description is given of the graphics display system presently in use at the Naval Postgraduate School Computer Laboratory, along with its apparent deficiencies. Objectives for an improved graphics and text editor are presented, in addition to results achieved and problems encountered while designing RADIK. A brief summary of results and applications is presented and implementation of RADIK is proposed. Assembly language computer programs developed during the work are appended for reference.
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