Some articles on system, time, systems, time sharing system:
... Unics ("Ken's new system," for its creator (Ken Thompson), officially Unics and then Unix, the prototypic operating system created in Bell Labs in 1969 that formed the basis for the Unix family of ...
... In the mid 1960s most computers used batch processing one user at a time with no interactivity ... A few pioneering systems such as the Atlas Supervisor at the University of Manchester, Compatible Time-Sharing System at MIT, and the Dartmouth Time Sharing System at Dartmouth College ... the SDS 930 which was modified slightly, and an operating system was written from scratch ...
... The Cray Time Sharing System, also known in the Cray user community as CTSS, was developed as an operating system for the Cray-1 or Cray X-MP line of supercomputers ... The predecessor of CTSS was the Livermore Time Sharing System (LTSS) which ran on Control Data CDC 7600 line of supercomputers ... controversy existed at LASL with the first attempt to develop an operating system for the Cray-1 named DEIMOS, a message-passing, Unix-like operating system ...
Famous quotes containing the words system, time and/or sharing:
“The North American system only wants to consider the positive aspects of reality. Men and women are subjected from childhood to an inexorable process of adaptation; certain principles, contained in brief formulas are endlessly repeated by the press, the radio, the churches, and the schools, and by those kindly, sinister beings, the North American mothers and wives. A person imprisoned by these schemes is like a plant in a flowerpot too small for it: he cannot grow or mature.”
—Octavio Paz (b. 1914)
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“So close is the bond between man and woman that you can not raise one without lifting the other. The world can not move ahead without womans sharing in the movement, and to help give a right impetus to that movement is womans highest privilege.”
—Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (18251911)