Program Documentation for the Hypoxia Stress Real-Time Program.
IBM FEDERAL SYSTEMS DIV GAITHERSBURG MD
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The Hypoxia Stress Real-Time program was designed as a means for recording the time of occurrence of various events during an experiment that tests the performance of a human subject operating under hypoxia stress conditions. The subjects stimuli are provided by the computer in accordance with a schedule that is specified by the experimenter. These stimuli appear as outputs from the 1827 Data Control Unit 1827 Digital Output section. Resultant switch actions by the subject cause inputs to the 1827 Digital Input Section. The times of occurrence of these inputs and outputs are recorded using an internal computer clock as the basis for time measurement. The output data is formatted and stored on magnetic tape for subsequent processing by a data reduction program.
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