Organization and features of the Michigan terminal system

@inproceedings{Alexander1971OrganizationAF,
  title={Organization and features of the Michigan terminal system},
  author={M. T. Alexander},
  booktitle={AFIPS '72 (Spring)},
  year={1971}
}
  • M. T. Alexander
  • Published in AFIPS '72 (Spring) 1971
  • Engineering, Computer Science
This paper will explore some aspects of the Michigan Terminal System (MTS) developed at the University of Michigan. MTS is the operating system used on the IBM 360/67 at the University of Michigan Computing Center, as well as at several other installations. It supports a large variety of uses ranging from very small student-type jobs to large jobs requiring several million bytes of storage and hours of processor time. Currently at the University of Michigan there are about 13,000 users running… Expand
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