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 In 1990, it was dissolved and superseded by FOCUS.
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Crocker et al., Function-Oriented Protocols for the ARPA Computer Network, 40 AFIPS CONF.
(1973): The information utility and social choice, Montvale, NJ: AFIPS Press.
24 Parker, D.B., Ethical Conflicts in Computer Science and Technology, AFIPS Press, Reston, VA, 1980.
[31.] Sheridan, T.B., "Technology for group dialog and social choice", in AFIPS Conference Proceedings, Vol.
* AFIPS Harry Goode Award for leadership in computer science
Koffler, "Testing for Usability," in AFIPS Conference Proceedings 1986 National Computer Conference (Montvale, NJ: AFIPS Press, 1986), 77-84.
In addition to his academic work, Hamblen has served as president of the Association for Educational Data Systems, as chairman of the American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS) education committee, for Computing Machinery.
Blakley, "Safeguarding cryptographic keys," in Proceedings of the AFIPS National Computer Conference (NCC '79), pp.
Denning, "Effects of scheduling on file memory operations," in Proceedings of the AFIPS Spring Joint Computer Conference, pp.
In Proceedings of the 1972 Spring Joint Computer Conference, AFIPS Press, Montvale, N.J., pp.
Some of the questions were gleaned from a 1971 survey to determine the public's attitude toward computers conducted by Time magazine and the American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS).