The KAIL selector: a unified control construct

@inproceedings{Embley1976TheKS,
  title={The KAIL selector: a unified control construct},
  author={David W. Embley and Wilfred J. Hansen},
  booktitle={SIGP},
  year={1976}
}
This work is part of the Automated Computer Science Education System (ACSES) project [7]* which uses the PLATO CAI system [8] to teach elementary computer science. PLATO runs on a CDC Cyber 73 dual processor with two million 60-bit words of extended core storage. Attached to the processor are over seven hundred pla~na display terminals, which were invented by the PLATO group for this project. The peak c~fortable system load is about four hundred simultaneous users. 

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