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Milestone-Proposal:SAGE (Semi Automatic Ground Environment)

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{{ProposalEdit|a1=SAGE  (Semi Automatic Ground Environment)|a2a=Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington Massachusetts|a2b=Boston Section|a3=1950 to 1958|a4=Partial  to be completed soon!!
 
{{ProposalEdit|a1=SAGE  (Semi Automatic Ground Environment)|a2a=Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington Massachusetts|a2b=Boston Section|a3=1950 to 1958|a4=Partial  to be completed soon!!
SAGE led to huge advances in online systems and interactive computing, real-time computing, and data communications using modems. It is generally considered to be one of the most advanced and successful large computer systems ever developed.|a5=later|a6=later|a7=Main lobby of MIT Lincoln Laboratory in Lexington MA.  Access by the public is available.  Details will be provided later.|a8=Yes|a9=The main lobby provides entrance to public spaces such as the cafeteria and auditorium where IEEE meetings and other events take place. |a10=MIT Lincoln Laboratory|a11=Yes|a12=Boston Section.|a13name=Bruce Hecht|a13section=Boston Section|a13position=Chair person 2010|a13email=Bruce Hecht |a14name=Robert Alongi|a14ou=Boston Section|a14position=Business Manager|a14email=r.alongi@ieee.org |a15Aname=Gilmore G Cooke|a15Aemail=gilcooke@ieee.org|a15Aname2=|a15Aemail2=|a15Bname=c/o Robert Alongi|a15Bemail=r.alongi@ieee.org|a15Bname2=|a15Bemail2=|a15Cname=Gilmore Cooke, PE|a15Ctitle=Committee Chair |a15Corg=Boston Section History Committee|a15Caddress=8 Canvasback Labe|a15Cphone=617-759-4271|a15Cemail=gilcooke@ieee.org}}
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SAGE led to huge advances in online systems and interactive computing, real-time computing, and data communications using modems. It is generally considered to be one of the most advanced and successful large computer systems ever developed.|a5=later|a6=later|a7=Main lobby of MIT Lincoln Laboratory in Lexington MA.  Access by the public is available.  Details will be provided later.|a8=Yes|a9=The main lobby provides entrance to public spaces such as the cafeteria and auditorium where IEEE meetings and other events take place.|a10=MIT Lincoln Laboratory|a11=Yes|a12=Boston Section.|a13name=Bruce Hecht|a13section=Boston Section|a13position=Chair person 2010|a13email=Bruce Hecht|a14name=Robert Alongi|a14ou=Boston Section|a14position=Business Manager|a14email=r.alongi@ieee.org|a15Aname=Gilmore G Cooke|a15Aemail=gilcooke@ieee.org|a15Aname2=later|a15Aemail2=|a15Bname=c/o Robert Alongi|a15Bemail=r.alongi@ieee.org|a15Bname2=MIT Lincoln Laboratory|a15Bemail2=Later|a15Cname=Gilmore Cooke, PE|a15Ctitle=Committee Chair|a15Corg=Boston Section History Committee|a15Caddress=8 Canvasback Labe|a15Cphone=617-759-4271|a15Cemail=gilcooke@ieee.org}}

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