INFORMATION ANALYSIS USING CHART VERSIONS 3 AND 5.
LOCKHEED MISSILES AND SPACE CO INC SUNNYVALE CA
A general information concept is presented to demonstrate the similarity of problems in the management of both scientific and technical information. The use of computer and graphic display for processing and formatting engineering design, manufacturing, financial, technical and scientific data is considered in depth. No programming experience is assumed although access to computer facilities usual in aerospace facilities is required to implement the nine types of chart paper including log-log, probability, Weibull together with other formats useful in information analysis for pattern recognition or frequency distributions. The programs are general in nature and are not keyed to any system in producing output information for control, tracking or diagnosis. Author