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A generalized user interface for applications programs (II)


A display-screen management system for user interaction with an arbitrary application program is simple enough so that the end user controls the dialogue and screens yet powerful enough to provide for user specification of screen geometry, input constraints, computation facilities, and display logic—quite independently of the application system.

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