On-Line Data-Acquisition Systems in Nuclear Physics, 1969: Chapter 3-ANTICIPATED FUTURE EXPENDITURESby@nationalresearchcouncil

On-Line Data-Acquisition Systems in Nuclear Physics, 1969: Chapter 3-ANTICIPATED FUTURE EXPENDITURES

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In cases where updating or enlarging of existing systems was said to be in progress, the costs reported were usually assigned by the reviewer to the present system, especially when money for the expansion seemed already available or very likely to become available. In many cases plans were in a less advanced state, but a fairly definite idea of the amount of money to be requested for expansion or for completely new systems was expressed. Table 11 summarizes these anticipated costs.
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In cases where updating or enlarging of existing systems was said to be in progress, the costs reported were usually assigned by the reviewer to the present system, especially when money for the expansion seemed already available or very likely to become available. In many cases plans were in a less advanced state, but a fairly definite idea of the amount of money to be requested for expansion or for completely new systems was expressed. Table 11 summarizes these anticipated costs.

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