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Adams, C. ; Beckman Instruments, Inc.

If there was a line of continuity throughout the various sessions of the Computer Elements Technical Committee meeting last June in Vail, Colorado, it was that we are entering a period of technology consolidation. Advances foreseen in the near future are predicted to be extensions of areas of application utilizing existing technologies. The stated need for higher speed or more powerful technologies was only obvious at this meeting by its absence.

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Computer  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 2 )