By Thomas Marill, Daniel Edwards, Wallace Feurzeig
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 6 No. 10, Pages 622-624
An operating system is described which allows users to call up a remotely located computer from ordinary dial telephones. No special hardware or connections are required at the users' telephones. Input to the computer is through the telephone dial; output from the computer is in spoken form. Results of a test with telephones in the Boston area are reported.
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