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HAVE YOU
SENT
IN
YOUR
ABSTRACT
FOR
THEDECUS SPRING
SYMPOSIUM
IN
PHILADELPHIA?
IF
NOT, THERE
MAY
STILL
BE
TIME,
LOOK
THRU
THE
PILE
OF
PAPERS
ON
YOUR
DESK
FOR THE
GREEN
FLYER
TITLED
-
uCALL
FOR
PAPERS
u;
COMPLETE THE
SECTION
CALLING
FOR
AN
ABSTRACT
AND
MAIL
IT
TODAY TO
THE
DECUS
OFFICE,
IF
YOU
HAVE
SYSTEMS
PROGRAMMING
TO
TALK
ABOUT,
COMPLETE THE
SHEET REFERRING
TO
WORKSHOP
PARTICIPATION,
IN CASE
YOU
HAVEN'T
HEARD,
THE
SPRING
SYMPOSIUM
WILL
BE
HELD
AT
THE
BELLEVUE
STRATFORD
HOTEL
IN
PHILADELPHIA
ON
APRIL
26TH
AND
27TH,
SESSIONS HILL
BE
HELD
ON
THE FOLLOWING
APPLICATION
AREAS:
BIOMEDICINE, TYPESETTING,
EDUCATION,
AND
HIGH
ENERGY
PHYSICS,
THEFOLLOWING
WILL SERVE
AS
CHAIRMENFOR
THEIR RESPECTIVE
SESSIONS:
GENERAL
MEETINGS
CHAIRMAN
PROFESSOR
PHILIP
R, BEVINGTON
PHYSICS
DEPARTMENT
STANFORD
UNIVERSITY
STANFORD,
CALIFORNIA
BIOMEDICAL
SESSION
PROFESSOR
BELMONT
FARLEY
JOHNSON
FOUNDATION
UNIVERSITY
OF
PENNSYLVANIA
PHILADELPHIA,
PENNSYLVANIA
EDUCATION
SESSION
DR,
SYLVIA
CHARP
DIRECTOR
OF
INSTRUCTIONAL
SYSTEMS
BOARD
OF
EDUCATION
PHILADELPHIA,
PENNSYLVANIA
TYPESETTING
SESSION
RICHARD
MCQUILLININFORONICS
INC,
CA~BRIDGE,
MASSACHUSETTS
CDt.CUS
PRESIDENT)
HIGH
ENERGY
PHYSICSSESSION
PROFESSOR
THOMAS
DAY
PHYSICS
DEPARTMENT
UNIVERSITY
OF
MARYLAND
COLLEGE
PARK,
MARYLANDWORKSHOP
CHAIRMEN
PDP-8 LINE:
PDP-9:PDP-IO:
MODULES:
ROGER
PYLE
DIGITAL
EQUIPMENT
CORP,
MAYNARD,
MASSACHUSETTSJAMES
MURPHY
DIGITAL
EQUIPMENT
CORP,
MAYNARD,
MASSACHUSETTSDAVID
FRIESEN
MASSACHUSETTS
INSTITUTE
OFTECHNOLOGY
CAMBRIDGE,
MASSACHUSETTS
SYPKO
ANDREAE
LAWRENCE
RADIATION
LABORATORY
BERKELEY,CALIFORNIA
 
CONTENTS
President's
Letter.
Editorial
.....
DECUS
Annual
Report -
1967
..
DECUS
Canadian
Symposium
Programming
Notes
....••
Text
Facility
for Use
with PDP-8
Multiplexing
of Data
Address
Bits for
PDP-8
3-Cycle
Data
Break
Facility
.....
Punching
Binary
Tapes
on
the
LI
NC-8
.
Wanted
LettersModu
Ie
News.
.
New
DECUS
Members
Digital Software
NewsPDP-5,
8, 8/S
..
PDP-7/9
....•
NOTE
PAGE
23
3,4
4-6
7-10
7,8
8,9
1010
10,
11
11-1314-1617-2417-2020-24
The volume number
ofthe
last
issue
of
DEC
USC OPE was
erroneouslyomitted.
The issue
(Season's
Greetings
on
the cover)
should
be
numbered
Vol.
6,
No.6.
DECUS
PROGRAM
LIBRARY
NOTE
DUE
TO
THELARGE BACKLOGOF
REQUESTS
FOR
PROGRAMS ANNOUNCED
IN
THE
LAST
ISSUE
OF
DECUSCOPE,
WE
ARE NOT
INCLUDING
ANY
AD-
DITIONS
IN
THIS
ISSUE,
WE
ARE,
HOWEVER,
PLANNING
ON
SENDING
OUT
AN
ANNOUNCEMENT
OF
NEW
PROGRAMS
AROUND
THE
MIDDLE
OFMARCH,
THIS
WILL
ENABLE
US
TO
"CATCH
UP"
ON
REQUESTS BEFORE
MORE COME
"POUR-
ING
IN",
PLEASE
BEAR
WITH
US
UNTILTHEN,
THE
DECUS
PROGRAM
LIBRARY
2
PRESIDENT'S
LETTER
As
new
President of
DECUS, I
wou:d like to
report
tothe
mem
bership about
some
new
developments
in
the
Society.
The
newly installed Executive
Board has
vacant
positions.
My
election
to
the presidency
created
a
vacancy
in
the
office
of
Programming
Chairman.
To
this
office
I
have
appointed
a
present
board member,
Mike Wolfberg, the
previous
Publ
ica
tions
Chairman.
In
addition to this,newly
elected
Nancy
Lambert has
beenunableto
take office
asRecording
Secretary
due to
a
new
job
unrelated
to
DEC
hardware;
so
anyone
in
terested and
able
to
contribute
actively
to
DECUS
adminis
trative
affairs
by
serving
on
the
Board
may
contact
me for
further
details.
With
the
rapid growth
ofthe
Society,
it
is
becoming
apparentthat
some
changes
may
be
in
order
in
Executive
Board
structure.
We
need
more
help
in
keepingthe
high
momentum
that
we
have
had
for
the
past few
years.
I
feel
that
these
are
two
mainareas
of
immediate
need:
Programming
and
Meetings.
I
have
asked
Mike
Wolfberg to
structure the
Programming
Committee alongproduct
I
nes.
This has
been
started with Mike reviewing
PDP-8
software
as
it comes
into
the
DECUS
Library.
Dave
Friesen
of
M.I.T.
is
doing the
same
forPDP-6/10
software, and Mike
is
look
i ng for
someone
to
rev
i
ew
PD
P-7/9
softwa re
.
The last
couple of
technical
meetings
have been
tremendous
undertakings
for
our previous
Meetings Chairman,
Don
Molony.
Themeetings
have had
about
two hundred
attendees,
and
thisnumber cou
Id
easi
Iy
double
in
thenext
few
meetings. Therefore,
I
haveasked
Phil
Bevington
to
look for
people to
work
on
the Meetings
Committee,especially
to
help
with
the
East
Coast meetings.Anyoneinterested
in
working onthis
Committee
should
contact
Phil
at
Stanford.
Also on
the
subject
of meetings,
we
have
received
good
re
ports
about
our last
meeting
in
Anaheim,
in
particu
lar
the
hand
I
ng
ofthe
workshops.
Next
time we
intend
to
expand
onthis
plan
and
schedule
workshops for
each
product
line
and
modu
les. Anyone who
wishes
to
present
a
paper
pertinent
to
anyone
product line
(e.g.,
a
new
assembler) will be
given
a
chance to
do
so
at
anappropriate
workshop.
The
remainderof the meeting
will
be
for
application-oriented
papers
in
Edu
cation,
High
Energy
Nuclear
Physics,
Biomedicine, and Type
setting.
We
are organizing
these
sessions
well
in
advance
this
time,
along
with
session
chairmen
to
set up and
run
these sessions. Hopefully,
we
will
have
a
very
useful
meeting
in
Philadelphia.
As a
final
note,
I wish
to
report
on
the
new formatof
the
Board
Meetings
initiated
in
January.
We
are
now
having meetingswith everyone present
by using
a WATS
line between
DECUS
headquarters
in
Maynard and
Stanford
University.
The first
meeting
was
very
successfu
I,
and we hope to
continue
with
the
system.
We,
on
the Executive
Board,
are
most
happy
to
receive
sug
gestions
from
the
membership.
Our
purpose
is
to
have
a
better
and
more
useful
Society.
We
are
growing
rapidlyand
wart
to
keep
our
momentum
through
enlightened administration.
Richard
J.
McQuillin
DECUS
Preside'lt

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