The feasibility of using TAE as the UIL for the space station and for other internal NASA tasks and projects
- Gill, Esther Naomi
- Nov 1, 1987.
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- This description of the Transportable Applications Executive (TAE) is intended to serve to test the feasibility of its use as the Space Station User Interface Language (SSUIL). TAE was developed by the Space Data and Computing Division, Space and Earth Sciences Directorate of NASA/GSFC, and by Century Computing, Inc. in 1980. TAE is an executive program which ties a system of application programs into a single easily operated whole and supports users' operations of programs through a consistent friendly and flexible interactive user interface. TAE also supplies the interface between the user and the various application programs in a particular computer system. It appears to be an effective user interface for infrequent as well as for expert users.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19880006236.
Accession ID: 88N15618.
NASA. Marshall Space Flight Center, Research Reports: 1987 NASA(ASEE Summer Faculty Fellowship Program; 22 p.
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