[SIGCIS-Members] whirlwind, radar and real-time tracking

Brian Berg brianberg at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 15:13:24 PDT 2021

The Computer History Museum's Oral History of Les Earnest is here:

and of course it includes SAGE.

Brian Berg

On Fri, Apr 23, 2021 at 2:34 PM Larry Masinter <LMM at acm.org> wrote:

> Les Earnest https://web.stanford.edu/~learnest/  might help
> "...in 1956, I went to MIT to help design a high-tech air defense system
> called SAGE (Semi-Automatic Ground Environment)...."
> > Innovations like this rarely occur in a complete vacuum, but I don't see
> references to any similar digital computing projects.
> Perhaps they didn't occur then.
> --
> https://LarryMasinter.net https://interlisp.org
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