Informatics, Inc, Culver City California, 1963, approximately 230 pages, single-page mimeograph reproduced typescript, diagrams, some references, titlepages to each paper.
Condition: Very Good overall, mimrographed single-sided pages bound into a brown cardstock binder with metal sliding clip. Some fading overall to the mimeographed pages but clean, some pages with slight pencil notations.
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, Hardware, Human-Computer Interaction, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Conference Proceedings, Miscellaneous
Item DescriptionPre-Prints of Papers presented at the nation's first Disc File Symposium, March 6-7, 1963, Hollywood California, sponsored by Informatics, Inc
Contents include, Remote Computer Use and Disc Files (Perlis); Disc-oriented IBM-7094 System (McClung); Computer system to Minimize expected turn-around time (Cervenka); Use of the Disk File on STRETCH (Carlson and Voorhees); IBM File Concepts (Wyatt);
An Automatic data acquisition and inquire system using Disc Files (Edwards); Disc Files in a military supply system (Phillips); Disc File Applicaiton in a real-time, multi-computer system (hoover); A Disc-oriented remote inquiry Philco 2000 System (Reilly); Application of a disc file to message switching system (Atwood); Panel and discussion -- Other Mass Storage Techniques -- UNIVAC Fastrand Storage, Librascope Mass Memory; NCR's Card Random Access Memory - CRAM.