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Box 4

 Container

Contains 29 Collections and/or Records:

Architecture Definition Technique: Its Objectives, Theory, Process, Facilities, and Practice. co-authored with J. Bouvard. Data Description, Access and Control: Proceedings of the 1972 ACM-SIGFIDET Workshop,, 29 November-1 December 1972.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 12
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.

Architecture Definition Technique: Its Objectives, Theory, Process, Facilities, and Practice. Co-authored with and J. Bouvard presented at Data Description, Access and Control: Proceedings of the 1972 ACM-SIGFIDET Workshop,, 29 November-1 December 1972.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 12
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.

Architecture Definition Technique: It's Objectives, Theory, Process, Facilities and Practice.by CWB, J. Bouvard, and R. J. D. Reeves, 24 July 1972.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 13
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.

Architecture Definition Technique: It's Objectives, Theory, Process, Facilities and Practice.by CWB, J. Bouvard, and R. J. D. Reeves, 26 November 1975.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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.

Architectural Definition Technique II (ADT II), 1979-1980.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 16
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.

Formal Definition of Open Systems Interconnection.by CWB, 16 May 1979.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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.

ADT Tutorial.by CWB, 1980.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 19
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 Architecture Definition Technique (ADT).by CWB, 17 July 1980.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 18
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.

Abstract of the Disclosure Architectural Definition Technique (ADT) and Architecture Definition Process (ADP), undated.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 12
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.

APL Information Systems User-Visible Capabilities,, 1970.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 20-23
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.

DSA Drafts and notes, 1980, 1983.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 26
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.

DSA Standards, 1980.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 27

Query Processing Using Services of DSA Data Storage and Retrieval Architecture.by C. W. B., 1980.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 25
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.

A Generalized Event Management Architecture.by Jacques Bouvard and CWB, 1973.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents GLF stands for Great Leap Forward,an advanced study in databases and message communication.

GLF Project Objectives: A Preliminary Draft,, 1973.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents GLF stands for Great Leap Forward,an advanced study in databases and message communication.

GLF Project Plans notes and memos, 1973.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents GLF stands for Great Leap Forward,an advanced study in databases and message communication.

GLF Scenario Writers Manual.by CWB, 22 June 1973.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents GLF stands for Great Leap Forward,an advanced study in databases and message communication.

GLF Project Final Reports, 1974.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 10-11
Scope and Contents GLF stands for Great Leap Forward,an advanced study in databases and message communication.

Microprogramming of the GLF Find-Relative P7,, 5 April 1974.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents GLF stands for Great Leap Forward,an advanced study in databases and message communication.

Conceptual Design Specifications of Honeywell Distributed Systems Architecture (HDSA) second draft, 1975.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 29-30
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.

HDSA Documentation Plan, Documentation Template, HDSA Entities and Relationships, 1976.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 32
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.

HDSA Presentation by CWB for BBC Film, 1980.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 33
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.

Honeywell Distributed Systems Architecture (HDSA), undated.

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 31
Scope and Contents Copies of transparencies. Presented in Phoenix and Boston by V. Virbol, P. Wood, A. Cuccio, R. Park, J. Bouvard, T. Kinhan, J. Couleur, M. Canepa, and CWB.