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Bus and interface standards
Castro, Ceasar
Heaberlin, Allen
McCray, Gary
Pietsch, Tony
Schenker, William J
Walker, James T
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The West Coast Computer Faire was an annual computer industry conference and exposition. The first fair was held in 1977 and was organized by Jim Warren and Bob Relling. At the time, it was the biggest computer show in the world, intended to popularize the peronal computer in the home. This first fair took place on April 16-17, 1977, in San Francisco Civic Auditorium and Brooks Hall, and saw the debut of the Commodre PET, presented by Chuck Peddle, and the Apple II, presented by then 21-year-old Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. There were about 180 exhibitors, among them Intel, MITS, and Digitial Research. More than 12,000 people visited the fair. Titles of the papers presented in this session: Tony Pietsch, "Standardization of the S-100 Bus: Timing and signal relationships - a proposed standard" Ceasar Castro and Allen Heaberlin, "A microprocessor independent bus" Gary McCray, "16-Bit and 32-Bit adaptions of the S-100 Bus Standard" William J. Schenker, "A Biomedical application using the S-100 Bus Standard" James T. Walker, "DMA Operation Protocol in the S-100 Bus environment"
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