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Information Technologies Laboratory records, 1955-2000

1955-2000
 Series
Accession: 2464-09-8.

Dates

  • 1955-2000

Historical Note

The Information Technologies Laboratory was established as the Information Systems Research Laboratory (ISRL) in 1984. Directed by Curtis R. Carlson, the ISRL studied image and signal processing, human perception, parallel computing, and intelligent systems.

At the beginning of the 1990s, Norman D. Winarsky replaced Carlson and the lab was renamed the Information Sciences Laboratory (unrelated to Jan A. Rajchman’s lab of the same name from the 1970s). John C. Pearson became director in the mid-1990s and remained in charge when it became the Information Technologies Laboratory at the beginning of 1999.

Scope and Content

The Information Technologies Laboratory records include correspondence, reports, and diagrams documenting research conducted by Richard M. Peterson and Anthony D. Robbi into automotive electronics, home computers, electronic ballot technologies, and other fields.

Arrangement

The Information Technologies Laboratory records are arranged in two series:

I. Richard M. Peterson papers

II. Anthony D. Robbi papers

Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.


Additional Information

Extent

From the Collection: 990 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Additional Description

Access Restrictions

Records subject to 25-year time seal.

Arrangement

The Information Technologies Laboratory records are arranged in two series:

I. Richard M. Peterson papers

II. Anthony D. Robbi papers

Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.

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Creator

Repository Details

Repository Details

Part of the Manuscripts and Archives Repository

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