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Robert R. Bush; J. C. R. Licklider; Editor-Robert Duncan Luce

Published by Greenwood Press Reprint (1980)

ISBN 10: 0313224641 ISBN 13: 9780313224645

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About this Item: Greenwood Press Reprint, 1980. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0313224641

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Licklider, R

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About this Item: 1988. Condition: As new. bibliography, index, cloth, out of print. (343pp). Seller Inventory # Mid117

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Readings in Psychology: Robert R. Quiggle

Robert R. Quiggle ; Bakersfield Collge / Selected Academic Readings; with Articles By: Robert G. Heath, Anthony R. Caggiula, Bartley G Hoebel, Michael S Gazzaniga, R W Sperry, Wallace J Gardner, J C R Licklider, A Z Weisz, B F Skinner, Carl Williams,

Published by Simon and Schuster New York 1970 (1970)

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About this Item: Simon and Schuster New York 1970, 1970. Soft Cover / Paperback. Condition: Good Clean Cond. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Some b/w Illustrations (illustrator). Further Articles By: L E Homme, David Krech, Lawrence Lessing, Allan L Jacobsen, Frank R. Babich, Alberta bandura, William Dement, Eckhard H. Hess, Edward J Shoben, Bud collins, Jules D Holzberg, Robert H Knapp, C. Eugene Walker, Milton Wolpin, Lloyd Fellows, Thomas S. Szasz, Seymour L. Halleck, Milton, H. Miller, Joseph, Wolpe, T. Ayllon, Wayne, Isaacs, J. Thomas, I. Goldiamond, Hans J. Eysenck, C. B. Truzx, Lloyd E. Homme, Robert N. Bostrom, et al. -- Paperback : soft cover edition in good clean condition, a typical used book with some slight wear to edges and spine. As to be expected some minor bumping or creases or scuffs. Overall a good copy of this title. Excellent for reading on the subject. Or a good book to enjoy and keep on hand for yourself. Consider making it the ideal gift for the fan / enthusiast / reader in your life. Reading is one of life's the great pleasures. Inquire for further details. Thanks for viewing our items. Size: Psychology / Medical Studies / Human Condition. Anthology / Compilation. Seller Inventory # 5030757

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About this Item: 1963. Licklider, Joseph C. R. (1915-90). (1) Schema of organization of computers now in widespread use. In Communication Processes: Proceedings of a Symposium held in Washington, 1963, ed. Frank A. Geldard (New York: Macmillan, 1965), pp. 226-27. (2) Problems in man-computer communications. In ibid., pp. 260-66. Whole volume. NATO Conference Series Vol. 4. Original blue cloth, slight wear, library stamps and bookplate, ownership signature. 248 x 157 mm. First editions. J. C. R. Licklider ("Lick" to his friends and acquaintances) played a central role in initiating and sustaining computer science research and education in the United States. In the 1960s, beginning with his seminal paper "Man-computer symbiosis" (1960), he published his ideas about the future role of multiaccess interactive computing, looking beyond the existing limitations of punched cards and paper tape to a time when computers would interact in real time with the human user. By performing numerous routine tasks on demand, he conjectured, computers could contribute to a person's ability to formulate new insights and decisions. Licklider saw man-computer interaction as enhancing both the quality and efficiency of human problem solving. Licklider was able to give this vision reality through his work for the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), where he served as director of behavioral sciences and information processing research from 1962 to 1964. The projects sponsored by his program (including MIT's Project MAC) provided the research direction for computer science in this country for many subsequent years, and the leaders of these projects "now read like a Who's Who of computing research" (Taylor 1990). Licklider's program was the first to provide the significant public funding necessary to guarantee the financial stability on which long-term research in the field depended. The program also was responsible for furthering advanced computer science education in the United States by sponsoring research at four of the first universities to establish graduate programs in the field: UC Berkeley, Stanford, MIT, and Carnegie Mellon University. Licklider delivered the above two papers at the 1963 NATO symposium's session on "Man-computer communication." The first gives a brief schematic outline of how a digital computer works; the second describes some of the current problems encountered in the development of interactive and time-sharing computing: From a practical point of view, one of the greatest problems in man-computer communication stems from the fact that computers are so very fast and expensive, whereas men think relatively slowly and cost relatively little. . . . There are two general approaches to solution of the speed-cost mismatch problem. One is to construct a large number of small, inexpensive computers. Small, inexpensive computers are extremely attractive, and this approach is active. However, at present and for some time into the future, a small, inexpensive computer is necessarily a computer with a small memory. More and more, we are finding that large memory is an essential prerequisite for effective man-computer interactions of many types. Moreover, we are sensing that the truly important thing is not interaction between one man and a computer, but interaction between several or many men and a computer. . . . The other approach is based upon the sharing of the time and the memory of a large-scale computer among several or many men (p. 260). Origins of Cyberspace 768. Seller Inventory # 39167

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J. C. R. Licklider

Published by The MIT Press (1965)

ISBN 10: 026212016X ISBN 13: 9780262120166

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About this Item: The MIT Press, 1965. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG026212016X

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