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The papers which follow are part of the technical program of the "Islands of Applications" conference which was held June 8-13, 1972 in Tokyo, Japan. This conference was co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and the United States Department of Commerce. The conference was held in conjunction with the Second United States Solo Computer Exhibition and the conference provided a forum for discussions of computer applications in many key areas. The conference technical program resulted from a joint Japanese-American effort. Dr. Hiroshi Sinkawa and the author served as conference co-chairmen. Special thanks must be given to Professor Tonau Osatake and Professor Hisao Yamada, both of the University of Tokyo, who are most helpful in obtaining session co-chairmen and papers from the Japanese authors. The conference technical program consisted of 27 papers.

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Computer  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

November-December 1972

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