AFIPS


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AFIPS

American Federation of Information Processing Societies

AFIPS

(American Federation of Information Processing Societies Inc.) An organization founded in 1961 dedicated to advancing information processing in the U.S. It was the U.S. representative of IFIP and umbrella for 11 membership societies. In 1990, it was dissolved and superseded by FOCUS.
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Function-Oriented Protocols for the ARPA Computer Network, 40 AFIPS CONF.
Proceedings of the AFIPS 1972 Spring Joint Computer Conference, pp 205-217, 1972.
In Proceedings of the 1972 Spring Joint Computer Conference, AFIPS Press, Montvale, N.
Korfhage, Computer Networks and Communication (Montvale, New Jersey: AFIPS Press, 1978).
In AFIPS Proceedings Fall Joint Computer Conference 33 (1968), 395-410.
In Proceedings of the AFIPS Fall Joint Computer Conference 26, part 2, 33-40.
Sorting networks and their applications, In Proceedings of the AFIPS Joint Computer Conference.
An economical method for calculating the discrete Fourier transform // Proceedings AFIPS Fall Joint Comput.
In OAC '82 Digest, Proceedings of the AFIPS Office Automation Conference.
In OAC Digest: Proceedings of the 1984 AFIPS Office Automation Conference (Los Angeles, Calif.
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Among the other professional services Esbin has performed are the editing of two conference proceedings for ACM, reviewing papers for AFIPS, and chairing both of SIGUCCS' annual conferences.