The goal of this paper is to document the work performed in the development of the software required to operate a video disc player and recorder in the on-line mode using a portable computer. Applications of video disc systems are discussed as are future improvements to the developed system.
This paper also includes a description of the hardware, functional requirements and design of the software, and the end result of the development of the software in the form of program listings.
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Bauer, Christian S.
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College of Engineering
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Luebcke, Howard, "On-Line Microprocessor Control of Optical Disc Recorders and Players" (1986). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4964.
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