COMPUTING NETWORKS FROM MINIS THROUGH MAXIS: ARE THEY FOR REAL?

Lawrence G. Roberts, Philip H. Enslow, Bertram Herzog, Robert F. Hargraves, John G. Fletcher, Eric M. Aupperle, David J. Farber, Julian Feldman, Frank R. Heinrich, Marsha D. Hopwood, Kenneth C. Larson, Donald C. Loomis, Lawrence A. Rowe, Hal B. Becker

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Abstract

Proceedings includes 59 papers dealing with a broad area of relevant topics related to computing networks. A comprehensive review of the present state of the art of computing networks is presented. Topics considered include: network viability, network components and design considerations, research computing networks, legal aspects of networks, performance in computer communication systems, university developed networks, economic trade-offs in network design, mini multiprocessors and computer network structures, distributed minicomputing networks, multi-facility networks and large data base networks. Following is a list of titles and authors: Network Rationale: A 5-Year Reevaluation. By Lawrence G. Roberts. Network Viability: Economic, Legal and Social Considerations. By Philip H. Enslow Jr. Organizational Issues and the Computing Network Market. By Bertram Herzog. Development of Communication Requirements for the Dartmouth Time Sharing System. By Robert F. Hargraves Jr. Octopus Communications Structure. By John Fletcher. Merit Network Re-Examined. By Eric M. Aupperle. Distributed Computing System. By David J. Farber, Julian Feldman, Frank R. Heinrich, Marsha D. Hopwood, Kenneth C. Larson, Donald C. Loomis and Lawrence A. Rowe. Structured Approach to Information Networks. By Hal B. Becker.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017 Jan 1
Externally publishedYes
EventIEEE Comput Soc Int Conf, COMPCON 73, 7th Annu, Dig of Pap - San Francisco, CA, USA
Duration: 1973 Feb 271973 Mar 1

Conference

ConferenceIEEE Comput Soc Int Conf, COMPCON 73, 7th Annu, Dig of Pap
CitySan Francisco, CA, USA
Period73/2/2773/3/1

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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    Roberts, L. G., Enslow, P. H., Herzog, B., Hargraves, R. F., Fletcher, J. G., Aupperle, E. M., Farber, D. J., Feldman, J., Heinrich, F. R., Hopwood, M. D., Larson, K. C., Loomis, D. C., Rowe, L. A., & Becker, H. B. (2017). COMPUTING NETWORKS FROM MINIS THROUGH MAXIS: ARE THEY FOR REAL?. Paper presented at IEEE Comput Soc Int Conf, COMPCON 73, 7th Annu, Dig of Pap, San Francisco, CA, USA, .