Early Experiences with the 3880-23
Original Publication Date: 1985-Apr-30
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2007-Mar-30
Software Patent Institute
Bernardo, E.: AUTHOR [+2]
Washington Systems Center Gaithersburg, Maryland Technical Bulletin
Washington Systems Center Gaithersburg, Maryland
Early Experiences with the 3880-21
Washington Systems Center
National Accounts Division
GG66-0200-00 April 1985
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I would like to thank the following people for their contributions to the projects which provided the information for this bulletin:
John Aschoff, Alan Leu, B i l l Banks, and Seung Yup Yoo of the GPD Sys- tems Evaluation Lab in San Jose
Larry Blount, Joe Hyde, Wayne Langstroth, B i l l Walsh, and Tom Wang of the Tucson Development Lab
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