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Creating Graphic Displays on Non-Graphics Terminals. Technical Report No. 5
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Abstract

The interactive system for creating graphic displays that is described is presented as one solution to the problem created by the lack of complementary firmware or software to make the graphic capabilities of many current terminals easily accessible to the instructional programmer. The use of this system by the Digital Equipment Corporation's Computer-Based Course Development Group for a computer-assisted instruction course that must run on two different types of video terminals with limited graphics capabilities (VT52 VT100) is discussed. (CMV)

Citation

Moreau, K. & Heines, J.M. Creating Graphic Displays on Non-Graphics Terminals. Technical Report No. 5. Retrieved November 18, 2019 from .

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