Rare early Office of Naval Research presentation about Information Retrieval

[Computers] ANIP - SUBIC - SURIC: Man-Machine Information Center




Unpublished presentation handout created to explain the newly opened Man-Machine Information Center and the Man-Machine Integrated Control Research Program, designed to use the latest storage and retrieval techniques to provide a high level information capability under the Office of Naval Research. Title page and [12] additional panels on cardstock, white comb binding at top. Illustrated in color. . Oblong, 11" x 8-1/2"; [12] pp. Lightly toned on front panel, light corner wear, clean and unmarked. . VG+, NONE. (#6336).

ANIP was the Army - Navy Instrumentation Program. SUBIC and SURIC were programs created to enhance the man-machine effectiveness for submarines and surface ships, respectively. OCLC offers a handful of entries about this center though no holdings are identified; this item is not found among them.

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