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  • Home energy management devices: Concept testing of an electrical peak demand controller for residential loads: power consumption cost indicator: a study ... conserving microcomputer-based thermostat by James William Ross

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  • I'd still pick a PostScript system for doing any microcomputer-based DTP with any popular hardware/software setup, ranging from the Mac or IBM running PageMaker to the Amiga running Professional Page or the Atari ST running PageSetter, or even the CP/M machine running Magic Series ... all of them let you plug your LaserWriter IINTX right into the RS232 port and print away.

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  • Synapse a system for microcomputer-based instrumentation

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  • Synapse a system for microcomputer-based instrumentation53.

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  • A microcomputer-based method for keeping track of and analysing the various requests for subsidised credit received by PROCALFER is also in operation.

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  • Ultimately, the microcomputer-based information system may operate with response times measured in days rather than nanoseconds, but it will be far superior to what PROCALFER has at the moment.

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  • Data need only be introduced to the microcomputer-based system via the keyboard once, in order to be used in several calculations.

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  • Also, to achieve levels of accuracy with a manual system comparable to that in the current microcomputer-based system would be extremely difficult.

    Chapter 6

  • The model 0254 is an innovative, reliable microcomputer-based controller that provides power for up to four Brooks thermal mass flow, Quantim Coriolis mass flow, and / or pressure devices -- all in a new compact design.

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  • Before that, IBM used the UCSD p-System as the operating system for its Displaywriter, a microcomputer-based dedicated word processing machine (not to be confused with IBM's DisplayWrite word processing software).

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