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Time-Sharing on Computers

R. M. Fano, F. J. Corbató
1966 Scientific American  
We pulled ahead of all the others with the first of the current new-generation computers. Our unique Liberator concept made it easy to switch from competitive systems to Honeywell.  ...  And we were off and running. (8) Now that we're roaring ahead in virtually every part of the computer kingdom, we have a unique ability to meet your computer requirements. Try us.  ...  Tet us now examine the operation of "^ a time-sharing system. Taking the. M.I.T.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican0966-128 fatcat:wr44aesl3beg5humnpm4sqmdpy

The ADEPT-50 time-sharing system

R. R. Linde, C. Weissman, C. E. Fox
1969 Proceedings of the November 18-20, 1969, fall joint computer conference on - AFIPS '69 (Fall)  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to express our appreciation for the dedicated efforts of some very adept individuals who participated in the design and building of this timesharing system.  ...  The ADEPT-50 Time-Sharing System 49 SUMMARY The ADEPT executive is a second-generation, generalpurpose, time-sharing system designed for IBM 360 computers . .  ...  -50 time-sharing system AFIPS Proc FJCC Vol 35 1969 19 W A BERNSTEIN J T OWENS Debugging in a time-sharing environment AFIPS Proc FJCC Vol 33 19687-14 20 A D KARUSH The computer system recording utility  ... 
doi:10.1145/1478559.1478564 dblp:conf/afips/LindeWF69 fatcat:qcggwq54nbfbjftv65fxwon5by

A multi-microprocessor computer system architecture

Bruce W. Arden, Alan D. Berenbaum
1975 Proceedings of the fifth symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '75  
A computer system design incorporating these ideas is proposed, along with its impact on memory management and process control aspects of the system's operating system.  ...  The development of microprocessors has suggested the design of distributed processing and multiprocessing computer architectures.  ...  The system described in the following sections is an attempt to meet these criteria, especially in the environment of a large, central time-sharing facility with shared data base.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800213.806529 dblp:conf/sosp/ArdenB75 fatcat:dnjsdq52f5bnbpw76teplmo3ru

The UNIX time-sharing system

Dennis M. Ritchie, Ken Thompson
1973 Proceedings of the fourth symposium on Operating system principles - SOSP '73  
This system, however, includes a very large number of device drivers and enjoys a generous allotment of space for I/O buffers and system tables; a minimal system Communications  ...  UNIX is a general-purpose, multi-user, interactive operating system for the Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-11/40 and 11/45 computers.  ...  The fork operation, essentially as we implemented it, was present in the Berkeley time-sharing system [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/800009.808045 dblp:conf/sosp/RitchieT73 fatcat:qe4arlelxzhvvnw7j4smwaut5u

Some principles of time-sharing scheduler strategies

H. Hellerman
1969 IBM Systems Journal  
A summary is given of some major issues in scheduling for time- sharing and virtual systems. Some principles of time-sharing scheduler strategies scheduling 94 by H.  ...  Scherr, An Analysis of Time-Shared Computer Systems, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1967). 10. J. L.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.82.0094 fatcat:rhxm745ufzb45iwijbpu6qwxse

Time-shared computing. Implications for medical libraries

C J Austin
1969 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
This tutorial paper describes time-shared systems with applications in the library. Problems concerning the cost and present state-of-the-art of time-sharing are discussed.  ...  Many library data processing systems are unresponsive to the needs of librarians because of the necessity to batch-process transactions in a computer center.  ...  DESCRIPTION OF TIME-SHARING SYSTEMS Basic Definitions The computer literature dealing with on-line or time-sharing systems has suffered severely from lack of precision and agreement on definitions of  ... 
pmid:5778721 pmcid:PMC197372 fatcat:5vx6t4vpqvdwhfy3ovpurxv4dy

Predicting time-sharing in mobile interaction

Miikka Miettinen, Antti Oulasvirta
2007 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
This paper assesses the feasibility of sensor-based prediction of time-sharing, operationalized in terms of the number of glances, the duration of the longest glance, and the total and average durations  ...  The era of modern personal and ubiquitous computers is beset with the problem of fragmentation of the user's time between multiple tasks.  ...  Appendix A: List of information retrieval tasks used in the experiment  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-007-9033-x fatcat:2b3nruz6ibefrjv45i4hwzsq3m

Time-to-Voltage Converters based on the Time-Sharing Principle

Nikolay Safyannikov, Olga Bureneva
2020 IEEE Access  
The proposed approach is based on the time-sharing principle in feedback and feedforward circuits.  ...  The following circuits have been designed and presented: a PWM signal demodulator performing linear conversion of a PWM signal into voltage; calculating demodulators with the function of sum of products  ...  Four original solutions, having the abovementioned quality, have been proposed, where a time-sharing principle is used.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2966023 fatcat:gf5bqub6o5d77obobtafyjrlaa

An experiment control computer system time shared by several laboratories

John Knight, Victor Colburn, David Owens, Lee Freeman, Daniel Syed, Wayne Rasband
1974 Behavior Research Methods  
An experiment control computer system, operational for more than 2 years, is discussed. The system is multiprogammed, using a vendor supplied real-time operating system.  ...  sharing.  ...  Each of the six principles is formally stated and then followed by explanation and examples.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03200316 fatcat:bxrjwls2k5fxzpqrwu4aog2db4

Real-time graphic display of time-sharing system operating characteristics

Jerrold Marvin Grochow
1969 Proceedings of the November 18-20, 1969, fall joint computer conference on - AFIPS '69 (Fall)  
The computer must be capable of supporting a display processor functioning basically independently of the time-sharing system but occasionally interjecting requests for data transmission.  ...  and a guide for other designers. 379 The basic goal in designing the GDlVI System was to produce a time-sharing system monitoring device for use by the staff of the Multics project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1478559.1478604 dblp:conf/afips/Grochow69 fatcat:qjkuy3iytnhyvglgtihx3l3cq4

The Origin of the VM/370 Time-Sharing System

R. J. Creasy
1981 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
In addition, VM1370 provides a single-user interactive system for personal computing and a computer network system for information interchange among interconnected machines.  ...  An historical perspective The roots of VM1370 are most deeply entwined with the style of use of the computing machines of the 1950s by scientists and engineers.  ...  Acknowledgments The design and implementation of the first CPICMS system was a significant step in operating system design.  ... 
doi:10.1147/rd.255.0483 fatcat:ow63mg7a6jcxrc4tlsbgnfus6i

Time-Sharing Time Warp via Lightweight Operating System Support

Alessandro Pellegrini, Francesco Quaglia
2015 Proceedings of the 3rd ACM Conference on SIGSIM-Principles of Advanced Discrete Simulation - SIGSIM-PADS '15  
the injection of new events in the system).  ...  Our time-sharing architecture has been integrated within the open source ROOT-Sim optimistic simulation package, and we also report some experimental data for an assessment of our proposal.  ...  This is basically due to the fact that our time-sharing Time Warp system is not limited to the support for preemptive rollback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2769458.2769478 dblp:conf/pads/PellegriniQ15 fatcat:fufmvumap5hsxm43kpyzv3aocu

TENEX, a paged time sharing system for the PDP - 10

Daniel G. Bobrow, Jerry D. Burchfiel, Daniel L. Murphy, Raymond S. Tomlinson
1972 Communications of the ACM  
TENEX is a new time sharing system implemented on a DEC PDP-10 augmented by special paging hardware developed at BBN.  ...  This report specifies a set of goals which are important for any time sharing system. It describes how the TENEX design and implementation achieve these goals.  ...  In addition to the work done by the authors, significant contributions to the design and implementation of TENEX were made by T.R. Strdllo, who led the technical staff, and J.R.  ... 
doi:10.1145/361268.361271 fatcat:4i4luv2b4vdjfexnehgw2xxrky

TENEX, a paged time sharing system for the PDP-10

Daniel G. Bobrow, Jerry D. Burchfiel, Daniel L. Murphy, Raymond S. Tomlinson
1971 Proceedings of the third symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '71  
TENEX is a new time sharing system implemented on a DEC PDP-10 augmented by special paging hardware developed at BBN.  ...  This report specifies a set of goals which are important for any time sharing system. It describes how the TENEX design and implementation achieve these goals.  ...  In addition to the work done by the authors, significant contributions to the design and implementation of TENEX were made by T.R. Strdllo, who led the technical staff, and J.R.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800212.806492 dblp:conf/sosp/BobrowBMT71 fatcat:fkzdidtb3jcafhqntddxxlaxgy

Interactive computer graphics with the UNIX time-sharing system

Thomas E. Ferrin, Robert Langridge
1980 Computer graphics  
The UNIX ]. time-sharing system is a powerful and efficient multinser operating system possessing many unique and attractive advantages.  ...  These enhancements to the UNIX system are described together with the implementation details for the Picture System 2 Graphic Subroutine Package.  ...  The text was prepared entirely on the UNIX time-sharing system utilizing software from Bell Laboratories, University of California, Berkeley and University of Toronto.  ... 
doi:10.1145/988500.988508 fatcat:t6v5xwhp4bhkre5vphxfwcp5eq
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