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DECsystem

DECsystem was a line of server computers from Digital Equipment Corporation. They were based on MIPS architecture processors and ran DEC's version of… 
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2008
2008
Regardless of how accurately a computer performs floating-point operations, if the data to operate on must be initially converted… 
1992
1992
In previous years, the Trends in Technology article on Media Management Systems has focused on particular software products… 
Highly Cited
1983
Highly Cited
1983
For natural language dialog systems, going beyond domain independence means the attempt to create a core system that can serve as… 
1983
1983
These programs were designed to demonstrate standard methods for paired associate learning. They are also suitable for use in… 
1982
1982
As integrated circuit (IC) complexities increase, many existing computer-aided design (CAD) methods must be replaced with an… 
Review
1980
Review
1980
This paper discusses aspects of a computational model for the semantics of why-questions which are relevant to the implementation… 
1978
1978
The DECsystem 10, also known as the PDP-10, evolved from the PDP-6 (circa 1963) over five generations of implementations to… 
1978
1978
This document describes a set of FORTRAN subroutines collectively called the CALVEC subprogram library. The purpose of the CALVEC… 
1978
1978
The Wharton Office Automation System, developed by Professor David Ness, along with the author and several other collegues in the…