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Poppelbaum, W.J. ; University of Illinois

The 1073 Lake Arrowhead Workshop on Distributed Computers presented a session on “Hard-Core Hardware” in which a panel formed of Ed Bergman (Naval Electronic Laboratory Center), Jack Cornell (Systems Development Corporation), Bob Noyee (Intel), Ted Poppelbaum (University of Illinois), Rex Rice (Fairchild), Dan Slotnick (University of Illinois), and Joel Trimble (Office of Naval Research) indulged in enlightened crystal-ball gazing. It seems appropriate to start this paper with a summary of the points of view expressed by the panelists, although some of their opinions are also incorporated in later sections. (The author must, of course, take full blame for misrepresentations!)

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Computer  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 1974

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