Configurable applications for graphics employing satellites (CAGES)

@inproceedings{Hamlin1975ConfigurableAF,
  title={Configurable applications for graphics employing satellites (CAGES)},
  author={Griffith Hamlin and James D. Foley},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH '75},
  year={1975}
}
  • Griffith Hamlin, James D. Foley
  • Published in SIGGRAPH '75 1975
  • Computer Science
  • This paper reports on CAGES, a programming system which substantially simplifies the process of writing interactive graphics application programs for use in a distributed processing, satellite-host configuration. It allows programs written in a PL/I subset to be configurable: program modules . (main program, subroutines) and data can be easily reassigned from the host to the satellite, or vice versa. That is, the division of labor between the two computers is readily modified.The CAGES system… CONTINUE READING

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