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The conference was planned for the convenience of the attendees. The sessions group papers of like topics into sessions of 90 Minutes per session. The papers are available on-line before and after the conference, and available in the printed proceedings. The time for a particular paper presentation is determined by the context, (2 papers in a session = 1/2 the time, 6 papers = 1/6 the time).
Each of the six Presentation rooms will have a large screen Barco projection system and a set of 3 machines (MAC, PC, SUN) for the speakers. A speaker`s preparation ( (Marriott room, Maine) will also contain a set of the machines.
MACS ---- PowerPC 6100 Macintosh 500Mb hard drive 16Mb ram System7.5 Mosaic Netscape JPEG/GIF viewer Telnet/ftp SoundMaster PowerPoint Viewer TeachText Audio output to room audio system Video output to large projector Network Connection PCS --- 75MHz Pentium (Compaq Deskpro) 630Mb hard drive 16Mb ram Windows 95 Mosaic Netscape Telnet/ftp JPEG/GIF viewer No sound card PowerPoint Viewer Simple Text Editor Audio output to room audio system Video output to large projector Network Connection SUNS ---- Sparc5 110MHz 1 Gb hard drive 32 ram Solaris2.4/Openwindows Telnet/ftp Mosaic Netscape Simple Text Editor Audio output to room audio system Video output to large projector Network ConnectionTom Greene,