Mary Anne Fisherkeller

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(Submitted to A.E.C. Scientific Computer Information Exchange Meeting, May 2-3, 1974) PRIM-9 is an interactive data display and analysis system for the examination and dissection of multidimensional data. It allows the user to manipulate and view point sets in up to nine dimensions. This is accomplished by providing all 36 two-dimensional projections along(More)
Review of the Literature With the perfection of penicillin schedules and improved epidemiological procedures during World War II and the ensuing years, the incidence of early syphilis has reached its lowest level. It is feared that, as interest in early syphilis wanes because of its relative scarcity, interest in late syphilis will also diminish. This would(More)
One of the experimental stations for the Stanford two-mile Linear Accelerator is equipped with three large magnetic spectrometers for scattered electron analysis. To maximize data collection rates for these, an SDS 9300 computer with a sizable I/O multiplexing capacity has been programmed for fast real-time data acquisition and on-line analysis. The system(More)
This paper reports on work in a neu branch of research in statistical methods: applications of interactive computer graphics. I describe several programs uritten for the Orion I workstation, an -experimental computer graphics system built at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center in 1980-81. These programs demonstrate new methods for data analysis made(More)
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