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Page 16 of PE. Professional Engineer Vol. 48, Issue 6 [page]

1978 PE. Professional Engineer  
The terminals are driven at 9600 BAUD. Objectives The objectives of the Interactive Computer Graphics Center are: 1. Providing a graphics capability for in- struction. 2.  ...  The trend in industrial design is toward increased use of computer graphics. Sev- eral industries have documented large savings when graphics is used.  ... 

Page 19 of Journal of Systems Management Vol. 32, Issue 11 [page]

1981 Journal of Systems Management  
NOVEMBER e 1981 Terminal Technology—tThe storage tube display terminal will continue to be the dominant type of device for interactively using a computer.  ...  In the case of computer graphics I have made assumptions which will establish an environment that will allow the use of computer graphics to flourish.  ... 

Page 214 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 6, Issue 2 [page]

1974 Behavior Research Methods  
As the amount of data manipulation at the intelligent terminal increases, the need for a graphics-oriented specialized configuration increases.  ...  The result is a flexible interactive graphic display capability in a resident, but easily interfaced, executive.  ... 

Page 149 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 15, Issue 2 [page]

1983 Behavior Research Methods  
Simply adding more graphics did not neces¬ sarily increase instructional effectiveness.  ...  ARI has exploited many of these graphic capabilities to determine how best to use graphic capabilities to enhance instruction. This section will discuss two completed experiments.  ... 

Graphics software for remote terminals and their use in radiation treatment planning

Karl H. Ryden, Carol M. Newton
1971 Proceedings of the November 16-18, 1971, fall joint computer conference on - AFIPS '71 (Fall)  
One therefore anticipates that the present conjunction of an interactive graphics terminal with a processor capable of performing optimization calculations will encourage serious investigation, improvement  ...  Data-compression techniques Processing capabilities of the graphics terminal enable unpacking of information transmitted from the host processor in a variety of condensed formats.  ...  by using the profile as an input source instead of the terminal.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1478873.1479024 dblp:conf/afips/RydenN72 fatcat:dfcfw4etxbft3anfsjcj2wr53y

Interactive graphics for geometry generation - A program with a contemporary design

1985 Journal of Aircraft  
Introduction RAPID increase in the capabilities of computational erodynamics began during the 1970s.  ...  Discussion The I3G (Interactive Graphics for Geometry Generation) program utilizes modern interactive computer graphics and database management principles to allow rapid manipulation and reformatting of  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.45249 fatcat:wif6w34iynherlkdcn7brcncja

Computer graphics terminals

Carl Machover
1971 Proceedings of the November 16-18, 1971, fall joint computer conference on - AFIPS '71 (Fall)  
October 1971 20 Graphic terminals-Man's window to interactive graphics Computer Decisions November 1971 21 Computer-aided design engineering: the new technology for profit potentials in the seventies The  ...  channel, capable of full screen deflection in 10 USEC, and capable of responding to characters written in about 3 USEC.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1478873.1478931 dblp:conf/afips/Machover72 fatcat:3torihutfzdgtjtgqnve5bihi4

The flexible console

David L. Steinberg
1980 Proceedings of the May 19-22, 1980, national computer conference on - AFIPS '80  
It is appropriate to consider the use of FLEXICON in any application area in which professionals need user oriented facilities and the capabilities of a highly intelligent terminal to increase their productivity  ...  Because of the continuing reduction in the cost of hardware it is now economically plausible to consider the design of a single user terminal with capabilities and features which cOij.ld not have been  ... 
doi:10.1145/1500518.1500673 dblp:conf/afips/Steinberg80 fatcat:wlmqmhsqjnfvxkisx2lgn3pdz4

Computer Workstations

1986 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
In computer-aided design in the automotive industry, for example, designers have used a large computer with attached powerful display terminals on a timeshare basis.  ...  Rapid advances in the semiconductor industry are the primary cause for the increased emphasis on computer workstations.  ...  In computer-aided design in the automotive industry, for example, designers have used a large computer with attached powerful display terminals on a timeshare basis.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcg.1986.276787 fatcat:ghlrf634zzdgzpmypcutawrf6y

About Conference on Displays

M. Okawa
1971 The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics  
on alphanumeric display capabilities and costs" " use of computer driven graphic displays in the supervision and control of large power systems" "Display systems for use on -line power stations" "Operator  ...  SESSION A 3 "Comparison of the relative acceptability of VDU and standard teletype terminals in a medical historytaking project" "A choice of displays in an information retrieval system" "Use of interactive  ... 
doi:10.5100/jje.7.241 fatcat:m45d6cvrrrhujgdwrgvbou635u

Page 10 of Journal of Systems Management Vol. 35, Issue 5 [page]

1984 Journal of Systems Management  
What are the projected needs resulting from the increased emphasis on interactive computing? What terminal capacity is going to be provided (number, location, type, speed, etc.)?  ...  Are word processing capabilities going to be available from all terminals, from manager and staff terminals, or from only staff terminals?  ... 

Page 37 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 15, Issue 5 [page]

1982 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
INTELLIGENT GRAPHICS TERMINAL PRINTER INTELLIGENT TERMINAL DATA RETRIEVAL INTELLIGENT COPIER TRANSMIT NETWORK MIN|/ COMPUTER INTELLIGENT FACSIMILE CENTRAL MICROFORM STORAGE DEVICE INTELLIGENT MICRO-IMAGE  ...  Magnetic Memories Availability of inexpensive memories for use with microprocessors permit expan- sion of capabilities in intelligent micro- graphics devices for storing operating pro- grams, storing data  ... 

Page 556 of Journal of Aircraft Vol. 18, Issue 7 [page]

1981 Journal of Aircraft  
Although the activities using computers take place in several different forms (interactive graphics, batch programs, lofting programs, conversational systems), Boeing devised a method for tying the data  ...  We used interactive graphics on the aft pressure bulkhead (see Fig. 7).  ... 

A Specialized, Multi-User Computer Facility for the High-Speed, Interactive Processing of Experimental Data

Creve C. Maples
1979 IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  
Such a facility would provide,a highly interactive, graph ics oriented, multi-user anvironment capable of handling relatively large" data bases for each user.  ...  In principle such a system should be able to process a mag tape equiva lent of data through typical transformations and correlations, in under 30 sec.  ...  Recent advances in technology have significantly increased the processing and mass storage capability of modern, mid-range computers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tns.1979.4330172 fatcat:tj5iu6wz7vau3klttdfvvt424m

New Products

D.A. Michalopoulos
1981 Computer  
, multipoint data communications, and new data entry capabilities at no increase in price over the preceding model.  ...  It converts the TI terminals from alphanumerics to full graphics capability, including point plots, pie and bar charts, and complex mappings and curves.  ... 
doi:10.1109/c-m.1981.220305 fatcat:a3ik4wswqbhidi7ee57dzamibe
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