G101 - A Remote Time Share Terminal with Graphic Output Capabilities

@article{Pardee1971G101A,
  title={G101 - A Remote Time Share Terminal with Graphic Output Capabilities},
  author={Stephen Pardee and P. E. Rosenfeld and Patrick G. Dowd},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Computers},
  year={1971},
  volume={20},
  pages={878-881}
}
A remote terminal with graphical output capability has been designed for use with time-shared computer systems. The terminal contains a small computer to provide local picture storage and the ability to employ picture encoding techniques which greatly reduce transmission times. A storage oscilloscope is used to view the output. Terminal cost is currently about $10 000. 

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