Guide to Computer Reliability + Nuclear War [videorecording] V0377
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Title: Computer reliability + nuclear war [videorecording]
Identifier/Call Number: V0377
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (U-matic)
creator: Borning, Alan, ((Alan H.),), 1951-
creator: Stanford Arms Control and Disarmament Forum.
creator: Stanford University.
Lecture presented by the Stanford Arms Control and Disarmament Forum and presented at Stanford University, August 25, 1983.
Alan Borning, professor of Computer Science at the University of Washington, addresses two main questions: could false alerts due to computer failure trigger nuclear war, and, if nucelar war should begin, could it be fought in a "limited" manner. A question and answer period follows.
Computer reliability and nuclear war.
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Subjects and Indexing Terms
Military art and science--Automation.
Computer Reliability + Nuclear War [videorecording] 1983