|To celebrate the life of Dr. Arthur Snapper, teacher, researcher, and developer of the SKED language, which was first used on a PDP-8 running at .92 mhz with only 4K words of memory. This language allowed behavioral researchers to transition from relay racks to computer-controlled experiments. Art was a pioneer with a vision, and the knowledge and determination to make it a reality. Most definitely something to celebrate.... so come and join us!
Hosted by Dr. Kenneth Stephens, Dr. Frans Van Haaren and Dr. Margaret Vaughan.|