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The Symposium on Computerized Laboratory Systems was presented at the 25th Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy held in Cleveland, Ohio, 5 March, 1974. The symposium was sponsored by Committee E31 on Computerized Laboratory Systems of the American Society for Testing and Materials. This symposium was primarily a result of the efforts of the symposium organizers F. W. Kunz, Ford Motor Company, and J. W. Frazer, Lawrence Livermore Laboratories. They also served as symposium co-chairmen and editors of the publication.
Frazer J., Kunz F.
Recommended Procedure for System Specification and Design: Automation of a Gas Chromatograph — Mass Spectrometer System
Brand H., Ernst K., Frazer J., Perone S.
The Need for Automated System Specifications and Designs
Boyle W., Fisher E., Frazer J., Kray A., Morris W.
Documentation of Computerized Laboratory Systems: System Definition at the Management Level
Eichen E., Kunz F., Schisa W.
Development of a Computerized Laboratory System
Lothrop E., Starr S.
Paper ID: STP578-EB