Donald R. Innes

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One of the current problems facing computer architecture is the design of hardware for efficient storage and retrieval of data. The three papers in this session consider various aspects of this problem: Spooling data for batch-type processing, accessing data on charge couple devices, and using data in an experimental information retrieval system.
The use of mini-computer subnets in computer communication networks is now widely established. Such subnets are normally designed for the fast response traffic of interactive computer usage. An alternative design, orientated to the high volume, slow response traffic of non-interactive computing, is described. The mini-computers have local disc based file(More)
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