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|Title:||Terminal facilities provided by the DATERCOM system|
|Publisher:||Australian Atomic Energy Commission.|
|Citation:||Thompson, J. J. (1964). Terminal facilities provided by the DATERCOM system. (AAEC/E128). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.|
|Abstract:||The computer network at the Australian Atomic Energy Commission Research Establishment is currently based on an IBM360 model 65 central computer, a DEC PDP9L computer linked to the I BM360 computer via a selector channel, and nine minicomputer systems I inked to the PDP9L computer via the AAEC Dataway. The Dataway Terminal Communication System, DATERCOM, developed for DGC NOVA computers makes use of the computer network facilities to allow terminals to have access either to the multi-user conversational interpreter ACL-NOVA or to the resources of the IBM360 central computer system. The features of DATERCOM in terms of the facilities made available to the terminal user are described here; they greatly expand the computing power that can be made available to AAEC scientists.|
|Gov't Doc #:||632|
|Appears in Collections:||Scientific and Technical Reports|
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