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Communication Processes In The Design And Implementation Of Models, Simulations And Simulation-Games: A Selective Review And Analysis, From The Vantage Point Of Computerized Conferencing, Computerized Conferencing & Communications Center, Julian M. Scher Jul 1976

Communication Processes In The Design And Implementation Of Models, Simulations And Simulation-Games: A Selective Review And Analysis, From The Vantage Point Of Computerized Conferencing, Computerized Conferencing & Communications Center, Julian M. Scher

Computerized Conferencing and Communications Center Reports

Computerized conferencing is a new form of communication which permits a group of individuals, who could be separated in time as well as space, to engage in an interactive dialogue with each other through the convenience of their computer terminals. The software for a computerized conferencing system is designed to keep track of all messages communicated in the system, as well as insure that the various protocols for communication are observed by all.

Our objectives in this report are to examine the communication processes found in the design and implementation of models, simulations and simulation-games, and to identify those areas ...


Computerized Conferencing And The Homebound Handicapped, Computerized Conferencing & Communications Center, Murray Turoff, Howard Gage May 1976

Computerized Conferencing And The Homebound Handicapped, Computerized Conferencing & Communications Center, Murray Turoff, Howard Gage

Computerized Conferencing and Communications Center Reports

Computer conferencing is a relatively new technique which can be applied to improve both the efficiency of education, and communication services available to the homebound handicapped. A system is currently being implemented at the New Jersey Institute of Technology which allows such individuals to engage in a written form of conversation with other individuals or groups. Here the computer stores the discus­sion and keeps track of what everyone has or has not seen, so participants can communicate at a time and pace of their choosing. There is also provision for a range of ancillary facilities such as voting, word ...


Design Of A Microprocessor Controlled Telecommunication System, George J. Maroutsos Jan 1976

Design Of A Microprocessor Controlled Telecommunication System, George J. Maroutsos

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Recent advancements in Large Scale Integration Technology have made available devices, such as microprocessors, analog gates and “three state” logic, that provide the designer with a wide range of possibilities in the design of telecommunication systems. A microprocessor and analog gates are utilized in this design to demonstrate the feasibility of implementing a flexible Telecommunication System. The microprocessor is programmed to control, through software, the system functions. The feasibility of systems highly adaptable to the needs of individual subscribers is thus demonstrated.