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Biographical entry Jones, P. D.

Computer scientist


P. D. Jones was a member of a team who designed the INTERGRAPHIC system built at University of New South Wales between 1964 and 1966. It was designed to overcome the high costs of special terminals for computer graphics work by using a single terminal with very high writing speed time-shared by a number of users. The machine was built with integrated microelectronic components.

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Rosanne Walker