2 edition of device-independent general-purpose graphics system in a minicomputer time-sharing environment found in the catalog.
device-independent general-purpose graphics system in a minicomputer time-sharing environment
William T. Reeves
by Computer Systems Research Group, University of Toronto in Toronto
Written in English
Includes a bibliography.
|Statement||by William T. Reeves.|
|Series||Technical report -- CSRG-93, Technical report CSRG (University of Toronto. Computer Systems Research Group) -- 93|
|Contributions||University of Toronto. Computer Systems Research Group.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.99 R43 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
J. B. Wiesner Communication Sciences in a University Environment P. Summers and J. F. Schofield and F. Carrubba An interactive graphics system for Computer facilities for the laboratory J. Fryklund and W. Loveland Use of a time-sharing computer in. This PAFEC system are presented and future developments are outlined. finite element system is shown to have significant thermal capabilities in support of its general structures. INTRODUCTION The Program for Automatic Finite Element Calculations - PAFEC - is a powerful, general purpose code designed for easy use in thermal and structural analysis.
Time Sharing Another mode for delivering computing services is provided by time sharing operating systems. In this environment a computer provides computing services to several or . Something with a more academic bent: "A file system for a general-purpose time-sharing environment", G. C. Pirkola, Proceedings of the IEEE, June , volume 63 no. 6, pp. –, ISSN A reply.
1. CHAPTER. Introduction Chapter 1 introduces the general topic of operating systems and a handful of important concepts (multiprogramming, time sharing, distributed system, and so on). The Basic Language Machine, constructed in the ICL research department in , was the first general-purpose system to break completely with the concept of a linear address space, thereby offering automatic storage management and precise security environments.
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Straßer) Graphics systems in those days were exotic and extremely expensive machines. Their performance required a powerful. graphics display system and, (ii) the potential problems associated with supporting an interactive graphics process in a time-sharing environment. Reviewing our decision two years later has produced the overwhelming conviction that UNIX was far and away the best choice.
The Michigan Terminal System (MTS) is one of the first time-sharing computer operating systems. Developed in at the University of Michigan for use on IBM S/, S/ and compatible mainframe computers, it was developed and used by a consortium of eight universities in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom over a period of 33 years ( to ).
The Dartmouth Time-Sharing System (DTSS) was an operating system first developed at Dartmouth College between and .It was the first successful large-scale time-sharing system to be implemented, and was also the system for which the BASIC language was developed.
DTSS was developed continually over the next decade, reimplemented on several. A general purpose distributed file system for scalable storage. It aggregates various storage bricks over Infiniband RDMA or TCP/IP interconnect into one large parallel network file system.
GlusterFS is the main component in Red Hat Storage Server. • Real-time reservation system IBM developed a realtime computerised ticket reservation system for American Airways. – It was smaller than SAGE and was called SABRE (Semi-Automatic Business-Related Environment).
A programming language was necessary that could be used in a time-sharing environment and that could serve as a training. It is a technology that provides for an environment that is equivalent to the operating environment of the host operating system, in which other operating systems can run as guests separated from.
Ferrin T and Langridge R () Interactive computer graphics with the UNIX time-sharing system, ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics,(), Online publication date: 1-Feb Schrack G () Current literature in computer graphics and interactive techniques, ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics,(), Online publication date: 1.
This was the first language designed to be used in a time-sharing environment, such as DTSS (Dartmouth Time-Sharing System), or GCOSUSAPacket switching, funded by. The book's many outstanding features continue to ensure its position as the standard computer graphics text and reference.
By uniquely combining current concepts and practical applications in computer graphics, four well-known authors provide here the most comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date coverage of the field. Time-Sharing Systems. Multiprogrammed batched systems provided an environment in which the various.
system resources (for example, CPU, memory, peripheral devices) were utilized. effectively, but it did not provide for user interaction with the computer system. Time sharing (or multitasking) is a logical extension of multiprogramming. (MTS) The MTS welcome screen as seen through a terminal emulator.
Company / developer University of Michigan and 7 other universities in the US, Canada, and the UK. ↑ "A file system for a general-purpose time-sharing environment", G. Pirkola, Proceedings of the IEEE, Junevolume 63 no. 6, pp. –, ISSN ↑ MTS Volume MTS File Editor, University of Michigan Computing Center, Ann.
^ a b "A file system for a general-purpose time-sharing environment", G. C. Pirkola, Proceedings of the IEEE, Junevolume 63 no. 6, pp. –, ISSN ^ MTS Volume MTS File Editor, University of Michigan Computing Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.basic was not implemented on microcomputers until this was the first language designed to be used in a time-sharing environment, such as dtss (dartmouth time-sharing system), or .1 2 "A file system for a general-purpose time-sharing environment", G.
C. Pirkola, Proceedings of the IEEE, Junevolume 63 no. 6, pp. –, ISSN ↑ MTS Volume MTS File Editor, University of Michigan Computing Center, Ann .