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Stanford University, Center for Integrated Systems, Records
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Background and planning documents relating to the founding of the Center for Integrated Systems.
The proposal for the Center for Integrated Systems was written in 1978 as a joint effort by Electrical Engineering Professors Michael J. Flynn, James F. Gibbons, John G. Linvill, and James D. Meindl. Included in the proposal were the statements:
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