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6704223018 We found special types of tags and descriptive codes which we could append to these respective planning structures as we developed them which later facilitated our man-computer cooperative review of them. Retrieved 13 February 2016. Palo Alto, California: ACM. A. Licklider, J.C.R., "Man-Computer Symbiosis", IRE Transactions on Human Factors in Electronics, vol.
But executive roles in a complex problem situation also require conceptual activity--e.g., comprehension, selection, supervision--that can benefit from well-designed symbol structures and fast, flexible means for manipulating and displaying them. 12 (2): 121125. This illustrative example is not to be considered a description of the actual system that will emerge from the program. In 1988, Engelbart and his daughter Christina launched the Bootstrap Institute later known as The Doug Engelbart Institute to promote his vision, especially at Stanford University; this effort did result in some DARPA funding to modernize the user interface of Augment. Corbat (1990) Robin Milner (1991) Butler Lampson (1992) Juris Hartmanis / Richard E. The purposes of this paper are to present the concept and, hopefully, to foster the development of man-computer symbiosis by analyzing some problems of interaction between men and computing machines, calling attention to applicable principles of man-machine engineering, and pointing out a few questions to which research answers are needed. ^ "Douglas Engelbart's HyperScope: Taking Web Collaboration to the Next Level Using Ajax and Dojo". He enrolled in graduate school in electrical engineering at University of California, Berkeley, graduating with a Master of Science degree in 1953, and a Ph.D. Douglas Carl Engelbart (January 30, 1925 July 2, 2013) was an American engineer and inventor, and an early computer and Internet pioneer. Stanford and the Silicon Valley Oral History Interviews.