Minicomputers in sensory and information-processing research
Historical perspectives; Minicomputers in the psychological laboratory; Structure and use of minicomputers; Time-shared terminals in research; Psychophysical methods and the minicomputer; Minicomputers and vision research; The minicomputer and research in hearning; A survey of computer use in cognitive science' The minicomputer and neurophysiological techniques; Future trends.
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The Seminal Conceptualizations 19481952
The Emergence of the Minicomputer Domain The Digital
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