Bryan, G. Edward; Ware, Willis H.; Greenwald, Irwin D.; Baker, Charles L.
RAND Corporation; System Development Corporation (SDC); Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
JOSS was one of the first interactive, time-sharing programming languages -- initially developed by J. Clifford Shaw at RAND and first implemented on the JOHNNIAC computer in 1963. JOSS II was developed by G. Edward Bryan and others for DEC's PDP-6 computer between 1964 and 1966. These folders include correspondence with employees of DEC along with materials authored and published by both RAND and DEC.
Technical Paper or Note; Memoranda; Design Drawing; Correspondence; Presentation Material; Periodical; Manual; Program Listing; Still life photograph; Pamphlet