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Interactive Mini Systems

By R. D. Benham and W. Tucannon

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years, four months, and one day in the US Army Chemical Corps as a process engineer. At Edgewood Arsenal he first became acquainted with analog computers and developed a pressing desire to apply simulation to chemical engineering. In 1962 he joined the General Electric Company at Hanford, Washington and in 1965 terminated for transfer to the new contractor, Battelle Memorial Institute. While at Hanford he served as a computer applications engineer for five years and then as manager of the hybrid simulation facility. After leaving Battelle he pursued (independently) the research and development of ISL-8. All expectations materialized, and in November of 1970 he formed Interactive Mini Systems Inc. Expansion plans for the new company include developing inter-active simulation languages for every major minicomputer. Monte has served as a member of the Board of Directors of SCi, as well as the Northwest Council’s Associate Editor and Chairman. He is married and has three children. Family life centers on the activities in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon). In August of 1970 he completed a two-year stake mission, during which he developed an interactive game (&dquo;Moment of Truth&dquo;) for a PDP-8 computer

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Year: 2016
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