A discussion of ways to achieve more efficient use of computing facilities. Statistics gathered on actual program runs at Rand demonstrate that substantial gains are possible through a multiplexed mode of operation. A major gain is the easing of problems of storage allocation and secondary storage utilization. 27 pp.
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