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Box 16

 Container

Contains 39 Collections and/or Records:

Concepts of Integrated Data Store -- Slide Presentation Script,Honeywell Information Systems, 1970.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 21
Scope and Contents The corporate records pertain to: Dow Chemical (1951-1960), General Electric (1960-1970), Honeywell Information Systems (1970-1981), Cullinane Database Systems (1972-1986), and Bachman Information Systems, Inc. (1982-1996). The records are in chronological order within the series for each company.

The Programmer as Navigator.Bit,12, 1974.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Japanese translation, ACM Turing Award lecture

Trends in Data Base Management -- 1975.National Computer Conferencevol. 44, 1975.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

Why Restrict the Modeling Capability of Codasyl Data Structure Sets?National Computer Conferencevol. 46, 1977.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

Commentary on the CODASYL Systems Committee's Interim Report on Distributed Database Technology. National Computer Conferencevol. 47, 1978.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

DDP Will Be Infinitely Affected, So Managers Beware!DM,, March 1978.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

The Impact of Structured Data Throughout Computer-Based Information Systems. Information Processing 80,, 1980.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

An Interview with Charles Bachman.Data Base Newslettervol. 8, no. 5, September 1980.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

The Role Data Model Approach to Data Structures.International Conference on Data Bases,, 24 March 1980.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

How to Get Systems to Co-operate.The Institute of Data Processing Management Members' Yearbook,, 1982.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

Toward a More Complete Reference Model of Computer-Based Information Systems.Co-authored with Ronald G. Ross. Computers and Standards 1,, 1982.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 14
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

The Structuring Capabilities of the Molecular Data Model.Entity-Relationship Approach to Software Engineering,C. G. Davis, S. Jajodia, and R. T. Yeh. eds., June 1983.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

A Case for Adaptable Programming.Logicvol. 2, no. 1, Spring 1987.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

A Personal Chronicle: Creating Better Information Systems, with Some Guiding Principles. IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineeringvol. 1, no. 1, March 1989.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 17
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

Data Base Management: The Keystone of Applied System Architecture.presented at UCLA Symposium on Critical Factors in Data Management,, 20-22 March 1968.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 20
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

System Architecture Definition Technique.presented at BCO Technical Symposium,, 16 December 1971.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 24
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

The Future of Database Systems.presented at Atomic Energy Systems Operations and Programs (AESOP),Augusta, GA, 27 March 1973.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 26
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

Implementation Techniques for Data Structure Sets.presented at SHARE Work Shop on Data Base Systems,Montreal, Canada, 22-26 July 1973.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 27
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

Working Conference on Data Base Management Systems. Proceedings of the SHARE Conference,Montreal, Canada, 22-26 July 1973.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 28-30
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

British Computer Society (BCS) Symposium:Papers by Presenters: T. W. Olle, F. Johnson, and J. S. Knowels. London, England, 24-25 October 1974.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 40-41
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

CODASYL and Guide/Share Proposals on Data Base Management Systems Panelist for National Computer Conference,Chicago, IL, May 7, 1974.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 35
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

The Future of Database Systems.presented at Life Office Management Association (LOMA) Systems Forum,Toronto, Canada, 18 March 1974.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 33
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.

Trends in Database Management.presented to British Computer Society (BCS) Symposium,London, England, 24-25 October 1974.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 36
Scope and Contents Correspondence and notes indicated it was previously Data Base Management Systems-The Way Ahead.

Trends in Database Management.presented at the British Computer Society (BCS) Symposium,London, England, 24-25 October 1974.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 37
Scope and Contents Printed in Implementation of CODASYL Data Base Management Proposals, October 1974.

Published by the British Computer Society, January 1975.

Distributed Systems: Requirements and Architectural Considerations.presented at European Users Meeting1st day, sessions 1-4, undated.

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 18
Scope and Contents This series includes papers and presentations not affiliated with a corporate project, i.e. given as a public symposium, not as an internal corporate report or presentation. The topics do overlap. For example, he presents ADT (Architecture Definition Technique) to Honeywell frequently, but in this subseries it was a presentation at SIGFIDET.