A description (from the viewpoint of the user) of a Cathode Ray Tube Readout Device for the IBM 701 electronic data processing machine. This device is applied to a particular problem, which involves large output and is the inverse of the data reduction problem. In addition, the general uses of the CRT unit are examined.
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