By P. A. Lunday (auth.), R. D. Parslow, R. Elliot Green (eds.)
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Utilization of Computer Time In addition to the concern for having a computer system available to perform various functions was the concern for how well computer time was being utilized once it was available. The individual user of a graphics system, be he programmer or scientist, operates in a continuous thinking process while at the display console; but he is not necessarily continuously interacting with the system, nor is he physically at the display console all of the time. This pattern of graphics utilization by the individual made it imperative that the means be developed for many individuals to have the computer system available to serve their various needs concurrently while allowing other activities, such as batch processing, to be on-going on a continuing basis.
I'll now discuss the characteristics essential to an interactive graphics capability, utilizing the 3000 system as an. example. The lower 3000 (3300/3500) computer line features theMASTER Operating System. MASTER is a multi-programming system. It provides the framework for a multi-console interactive graphics system. This graphics system operates in a real-time mode. One important characteristic of our graphics software design, and a principle guideline, has been the need to maintain a commonality, a compatibility among our computer hardware systems.
Independent of the central processing unit. Hardware erase is achieved by the independent movement of a segment of the display core buffer up and over the old data (the data to be erased) to a new core buffer position. This action is initiated by receipt of a 35 command from the central processing unit. Both of these features place little or no load on the CPU while providing an immediate response to the console operator. The interactive graphic system, just briefly outlined, has been implemented under these design philosophies: 36 1.
Advanced Computer Graphics: Economics Techniques and Applications by P. A. Lunday (auth.), R. D. Parslow, R. Elliot Green (eds.)