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By H. Thayne Johnson (auth.), H. Thayne Johnson (eds.)

HIS FIRST version OF digital homes of strength fabrics Laboratory, the place Air strength respon­ T fabrics: A consultant to the Literature initiates a sibility for those contracts has resided. Mr. John W. plan for making to be had the indexing paintings of the Atwood is venture supervisor at Hughes plane digital houses info heart. because the corporation. inception of EPIC in June, 1961, a simple goal has expert individuals of EPIC are Charles L. M. been to exploit options and tactics that might Blocher, Donald L. Grigsby, Dana H. Johnson, permit greatest distribution and use of EPIC output. Thomas J. Lyndon, John T. Milek, Meta S. Neu­ for this reason, information processing and replica tech­ berger, and Emil Schafer. All have ably contributed niques have been verified to breed and distribute to this paintings. Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Neuberger have simply and economically a couple of copies of what was once been basically liable for the indexing attempt; then a card index. Mr. Lyndon has supervised the classical library professional­ because the software complicated, it turned obvious that cedures and the clerical attempt; Mr. Blocher and Mr. a number of copies of the index weren't sufficient. The index Grigsby have managed the indexing vocabulary, the could be on hand to all, rather than only a pick out few. cross-references, and the information processing enter; and even though, this might have intended such a lot of copies that Mr. Schafer has ready the very very good word list, the fee may have tired cash from this system with the help of Mr. Milek.

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