1 December 1966 Graphic Data Monitoring with Computer Controlled Color Oscilloscopes
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Proceedings Volume 0006, Filmed Data and Computers; (1966) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.971057
Event: Filmed Data and Computers, 1966, Boston, United States
Color presents at least another dimension, in addition to position and intensity, available for the recording and monitoring of data. The advent of on-line computers, together with processor controlled color displays, has begun to ease the problem of achieving the necessary control over color to permit its effective use in the real time monitoring and interpretation of data and processing operations. Examples are cited on the use of color displays in the investigation of such problem areas as statistical pattern recognition; multichannel data filtering, and the representation of electromagnetic field structures representing the solution of systems of differential equations. Applications of color displays in the generation of line-type graphic and symbolic structures are also given, together with comments on the use of color in the presentation of low precision alpha-numerica data.
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Charlton M. Walter, Charlton M. Walter, } "Graphic Data Monitoring with Computer Controlled Color Oscilloscopes", Proc. SPIE 0006, Filmed Data and Computers, (1 December 1966); doi: 10.1117/12.971057; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.971057

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