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Investigation into the special programming needs for automated laboratory for psychological research.

Author: Edward Fredkin; INFORMATION INTERNATIONAL INC MAYNARD MASS.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 30 MAY 1963.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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This report contains a summary of studies evaluating the relative importance to an Automated Psychological Laboratory and feasibility of the following: (1) Development of a statistical package for real-time data analysis to permit modifications of an on-going experiment; (2) Development of a statistical package for conventional data analysis and display; (3) Use of a computer as a teaching machine to prepare  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Fredkin; INFORMATION INTERNATIONAL INC MAYNARD MASS.
OCLC Number: 227323777
Description: 45 p.

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This report contains a summary of studies evaluating the relative importance to an Automated Psychological Laboratory and feasibility of the following: (1) Development of a statistical package for real-time data analysis to permit modifications of an on-going experiment; (2) Development of a statistical package for conventional data analysis and display; (3) Use of a computer as a teaching machine to prepare subjects for experiments; (4) Use of a computer to train programmers and experimenters; (5) The computer's role in determining tactics within an experiment; (6) Use of a computer to investigate the strategy of experimentation, e, g., simulation of subjects to allow exploration of experimental designs; (7) Advantages and disadvantages involved in the use of the various programming languages, e.g., Decal, Macro, Frap, Algol, Fortran, Cobol, and specially written languages; (8) Techniques for automatically discovering interesting relations in data. (Author).

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