The computing capability of second and third generation computers has far outdistanced the growth rate of accompanying input/output equipment. This statement is not intended to minimise the increased efficiency and flexibility of card readers, tapes, discs, key punches and printers. However, it is meant to point out the need for convenient new means of communicating with computers.
KeywordsComputer Graphic Graphic Data Graphic Display High Level Language Card Reader
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- S. M. Matsa received the B.S.EE. degree from Purdue University in 1955 and the M.S.EE. degree from M.I.T. in 1956. He joined I.B.M. in 1957 as Project Manager responsible for the development of the AUTO-PROMT system. From 1963-65 he was Manager of Advanced Engineering Applications and since 1966 has been Manager of the New York Scientific Centre.Google Scholar