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Although there are many effective programs to use display terminals for special graphics applications, very few general purpose timesharing systems provide good support for using display terminals in normal text display applications. This film shows a session using the display system at the Stanford AI Lab, explaining how the display support features in the Stanford monitor enhance the user's control over his job and facilitate the writing of display-effective user programs.
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Artificial intelligence Robotics
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