Large computers in both size and capacity.

Information resources assessment of a healthcare integrated delivery system. (1/9)

While clinical healthcare systems may have lagged behind computer applications in other fields in the shift from mainframes to client-server architectures, the rapid deployment of newer applications is closing that gap. Organizations considering the transition to client-server must identify and position themselves to provide the resources necessary to implement and support the infrastructure requirements of client-server architectures and to manage the accelerated complexity at the desktop, including hardware and software deployment, training, and maintenance needs. This paper describes an information resources assessment of the recently aligned Pennsylvania regional Veterans Administration Stars and Stripes Health Network (VISN4), in anticipation of the shift from a predominantly mainframe to a client-server information systems architecture in its well-established VistA clinical information system. The multimethod assessment study is described here to demonstrate this approach and its value to regional healthcare networks undergoing organizational integration and/or significant information technology transformations.  (+info)

Protein classification artificial neural system. (2/9)

A neural network classification method is developed as an alternative approach to the large database search/organization problem. The system, termed Protein Classification Artificial Neural System (ProCANS), has been implemented on a Cray supercomputer for rapid superfamily classification of unknown proteins based on the information content of the neural interconnections. The system employs an n-gram hashing function that is similar to the k-tuple method for sequence encoding. A collection of modular back-propagation networks is used to store the large amount of sequence patterns. The system has been trained and tested with the first 2,148 of the 8,309 entries of the annotated Protein Identification Resource protein sequence database (release 29). The entries included the electron transfer proteins and the six enzyme groups (oxidoreductases, transferases, hydrolases, lyases, isomerases, and ligases), with a total of 620 superfamilies. After a total training time of seven Cray central processing unit (CPU) hours, the system has reached a predictive accuracy of 90%. The classification is fast (i.e., 0.1 Cray CPU second per sequence), as it only involves a forward-feeding through the networks. The classification time on a full-scale system embedded with all known superfamilies is estimated to be within 1 CPU second. Although the training time will grow linearly with the number of entries, the classification time is expected to remain low even if there is a 10-100-fold increase of sequence entries. The neural database, which consists of a set of weight matrices of the networks, together with the ProCANS software, can be ported to other computers and made available to the genome community. The rapid and accurate superfamily classification would be valuable to the organization of protein sequence databases and to the gene recognition in large sequencing projects.  (+info)

Understanding implementation: the case of a computerized physician order entry system in a large Dutch university medical center. (3/9)

Most studies of the impact of information systems in organizations tend to see the implementation process as a "rollout" of technology, as a technical matter removed from organizational dynamics. There is substantial agreement that the success of implementing information systems is determined by organizational factors. However, it is less clear what these factors are. The authors propose to characterize the introduction of an information system as a process of mutual shaping. As a result, both the technology and the practice supported by the technology are transformed, and specific technical and social outcomes gradually emerge. The authors suggest that insights from social studies of science and technology can help to understand an implementation process. Focusing on three theoretical aspects, the authors argue first that the implementation process should be understood as a thoroughly social process in which both technology and practice are transformed. Second, following Orlikowski's concept of "emergent change," they suggest that implementing a system is, by its very nature, unpredictable. Third, they argue that success and failure are not dichotomous and static categories, but socially negotiated judgments. Using these insights, the authors have analyzed the implementation of a computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system in a large Dutch university medical center. During the course of this study, the full implementation of CPOE was halted, but the aborted implementation exposed issues on which the authors did not initially focus.  (+info)

Post marketing surveillance of captopril (for hypertension): a preliminary report. (4/9)

1 The methodology and interim results of a post marketing surveillance of captopril, the first orally active angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor are presented. 2 Utilising viewdata technology, details of hypertensive patients were entered directly into a mainframe computer. This allowed day to day monitoring of events; a facility not available with paper-based methods. 3 The design of the study allowed analysis of results including some details of efficacy, concomitant therapy, any disease symptoms and reasons for withdrawal. These factors could be categorised according to sex and age. 4 This preliminary report is based on the first 13,295 patients entered from July 1983 with follow-up until January 1985. The results of the study confirm the safety of captopril in the patients studied.  (+info)

Accessing the Columbia Clinical Repository. (5/9)

The Columbia Clinical Repository is the foundation of the Clinical Information System at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center (CPMC). The Repository is implemented as a relational database on an IBM mainframe, using a generic design that employs a small number of tables. Client applications on remote platforms send and receive data through Database Access Modules (DAMs), which support the HL7 protocol, while applications on the mainframe manipulate data through DAMs supporting a locally defined "query template". Implementation using static (compiled) SQL is compared to dynamic (ad hoc) SQL in terms of efficiency and flexibility.  (+info)

An automated Computerized Severity Index. (6/9)

The Computerized Severity Index (CSI) is a commercially available scoring system for hospital inpatients. Trained abstractors review the patient's paper medical record and enter the diagnoses and relevant physiological attributes. The HELP (Health Evaluation through Logical Processing) System at LDS Hospital stores patient data in discrete codes. This paper describes the development of an automatic interface between the standalone, personal-computer-based severity system and the mainframe-based hospital information system. The interface scores patient severity without the need for manual chart review. Severity scores from the automated and manual methods were identical for 70% of 222 general medical patients scored retrospectively. An evaluation of the causes for differing scores between the two methods is presented.  (+info)

Evolution of a legacy system to a Web patient record server: leveraging investment while opening the system. (7/9)

A layered system is under development to enhance our legacy system as a backend in a WEB-enabled system. Each layer of the system has defined functionality, leverages the investment in the layer below, and follows the strategy of reducing support requirements for workstations. The mainframe system provides administrative integration of sub-systems, security, and the central data repository for most information. The second layer is a graphical user interface (GUI) to the system for Windows platforms. Support needs are limited by relying chiefly on X-terminals and application servers. The "Intranet" layer is a WEB Server building upon the second layer gateways to provide platform-independent access to selected information and images. The fourth layer, under evaluation, will extend access to the central data repository for Internet users of web browsers that support private-key/public-key encryption.  (+info)

A new approach to the implementation of direct care-provider order entry. (8/9)

Successful implementation of direct computer-based care-provider order entry traditionally relies on one of two different approaches development from scratch or installation of a commercial product. The former requires extensive resources; the latter, by its proprietary nature, limits extension of the system beyond capabilities supplied by the vendor. This paper describes an intermediate approach using the association of a locally-developed and controlled set of distributed microcomputer based applications and a commercial, mainframe-based order entry application used as an order transaction processing system. This combination provides both an intuitive user interface and a platform for implementing clinical decision-support tools.  (+info)

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  • In November 2006, IBM filed a lawsuit against Platform Solutions (PSI), accusing the Sunnyvale, California, company of patent infringement by creating computers that allow customers to run IBM's System z operating systems and software on mainframes from other vendors. (computerworld.com)
  • PSI products are based on open systems, while IBM's mainframe products are based on proprietary systems, the group said. (computerworld.com)
  • Applications that run on IBM's mainframes run on other major servers, he said. (computerworld.com)
  • IBM's mainframes compete in an intensely competitive worldwide market with a variety of alternative platforms offered by many competitors," Breuer said. (computerworld.com)
  • IBM's acquisition of PSI will enhance the ability of IBM's mainframes to compete against those alternative platforms. (computerworld.com)
  • IBM said PSI's technologies will become part of IBM's long-term mainframe engineering cycles. (computerworld.com)
  • Mr. Hinkle led a team of senior mainframe architects at IBM for 15 years focusing on IBM's GDPS platform and consults with companies around the globe on all areas related to I/T resiliency. (constantcontact.com)
  • This product used microcode to execute many of the System/370 's processor instructions, so that it could run a slightly modified version of IBM's APL mainframe program interpreter. (wikipedia.org)
  • While it theoretically reduced demand on customers' mainframes by offloading load onto the smaller computer, as customers purchased more XT/370s they likely increased the overall load on the mainframes, increasing IBM's mainframe sales. (wikipedia.org)
  • More than 80 percent of the world's corporate and government data resides on mainframes, the CCIA said. (computerworld.com)
  • A number of software tools exist to design computer network diagrams / or generate visual maps of networks, servers, storage, services, data centers, and other peripherals. (conceptdraw.com)
  • For computer systems and software applications that use two digits to represent the year, calculations, comparisons, and data sorting may be adversely affected. (nih.gov)
  • Data are maintained and manipulated on the CDC mainframe computer and backed up on computer tape. (cdc.gov)
  • Manage software development and support using formal specifications, data flow diagrams, other accepted design techniques and Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools. (nih.gov)
  • Many academic institutions also maintain data archives, central computer facilities, or specialized research organizations, and many allocate funds to support faculty and student research. (nih.gov)
  • The results of surveys, analyses, and studies are made known through a number of data release mechanisms including publications, mainframe computer data files, CD-ROMs and the Internet. (cdc.gov)
  • Computer software for the analysis of sediment geochemical data in marine minerals exploration. (cdc.gov)
  • May 1979 - An interagency agreement establishes the NIH Central Computer Utility as a Federal Data Processing Center. (nih.gov)
  • The death (and birth) certificate data received from state vital records offices were received and stored on NCHS' mainframe computer system, inaccessible to all but IT staffers. (cdc.gov)
  • The transition from the mainframe system to a database environment gave DVS an opportunity to re-envision what could be done with mortality data. (cdc.gov)
  • Mr. Hinkle established a new mainframe division at Edge Solutions and Consulting in 2017 and is currently managing the same team of senior mainframe architects he led for 15 years at IBM. (constantcontact.com)
  • Jeff Frey, IBM fellow and CTO for System z platform speaks with SE-Radio's Scott Jensen about the history, features, and architecture of one of the world's largest retail computers. (se-radio.net)
  • Each computer can run multiple operating systems. (myadran.info)
  • Mainframe systems to a monitor on the desktop, using a mainframe processor that allows you to control all functions, offers a host. (myadran.info)
  • In addition, the deal could affect PSI customers' ability to get mainframes based on open systems, CCIA said. (computerworld.com)
  • IBM has shut out other mainframe vendors by ending support for older mainframe systems and not licensing its mainframe software to rivals, T3 said this week. (computerworld.com)
  • H&W Computer Systems, Inc. provides quality business software solutions and services that meet the complex business and IT goals of corporations. (hwcs.com)
  • Beyond the Mainframe: A Guide to Open Computer Systems. (ala.org)
  • 12 years' experience as a mainframe systems programmer, followed by over 20 years at IBM, Mr. Hinkle works with companies in the design and deployment of resilient I/T systems. (constantcontact.com)
  • System z, or the Mainframe, holds most of us in awe - the ultimate computing platform, referenced in Hollywood as well as by those who thought they were dealing with "legacy" systems - but what does Mainframe really mean? (se-radio.net)
  • For a period of time PC-based mainframe-compatible systems had a lower price and did not require as much electricity or floor space. (wikipedia.org)
  • These products have been popular with mainframe developers, in education and training settings, for very small companies with non-critical processing, and in certain disaster relief roles (such as field insurance adjustment systems for hurricane relief). (wikipedia.org)
  • Many computer systems and software applications may experience operational difficulties because they are unable to handle the change from the year 1999 to the year 2000. (nih.gov)
  • This would include computer systems ranging from the desktop to the largest mainframe. (nih.gov)
  • These resources depend on programs of technical support, maintenance, and procurement to ensure that researchers have high-quality, fully operational laboratories, field instruments, computers, specialized facilities, communications systems to facilitate knowledge and collaboration, and supplies. (nih.gov)
  • Since the rise of the personal computer in the 1980s, IBM and other vendors have created PC-based IBM-compatible mainframes which are compatible with the larger IBM mainframe computers . (wikipedia.org)
  • Does IBM offer a Cloud hosting service analogous to AWS on System z machines, or must customers purchase mainframes to use it? (se-radio.net)
  • April 1963 - The Division of Computer Research and Technology (DCRT) is established. (nih.gov)
  • In October 1983, IBM announced the IBM Personal Computer XT/370. (wikipedia.org)
  • April 1983 - The Personal Workstation Project forms to determine how NIH personnel can use personal computers. (nih.gov)
  • For decades, mainframe customers have manually managed mainframe workload capping strategies, constantly shifting workload allocations to manage costs and meet business demand. (cmg.org)
  • Mainframe customers are often charged for their software that runs on a mainframe based on peak MSU usage through a Monthly Software License Charge (MLC). (cmg.org)
  • Curiously, most non-mainframe technology professionals are unaware of opportunities to innovate on mainframe software. (cmg.org)
  • Mainframe costs include several components, but the largest portion involves monthly license charge [MLC] software costs (See Figure 1). (cmg.org)
  • Mainframe software costs falls into 2 types. (cmg.org)
  • ConceptDraw PRO is the software for manual design of computer network diagrams. (conceptdraw.com)
  • The symbols example "Computer network - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Computer and Networks solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. (conceptdraw.com)
  • The third card (PC3277-EM), was a 3270 terminal emulator required to download system software from the host mainframe. (wikipedia.org)
  • Translate detailed design into computer software. (nih.gov)
  • Test, debug, and refine the computer software to produce the required product. (nih.gov)
  • This study involved the development and evaluation of personal computer software designed to meet this need. (cdc.gov)
  • NOTICE REGARDING THE YEAR 2000 COMPUTER PROBLEM Release Date: April 3, 1998 P.T. National Institutes of Health As part of the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) activities related to potential Year 2000 computer problems, NIH wishes to remind its awardees of their responsibilities under NIH grants and cooperative agreements. (nih.gov)
  • Infinite Computer Solutions provides business technology solutions, next-gen mobility solutions and product engineering services, specializing in the Healthcare, Banking & Finance, Telecommunications & Technology and Media & Publishing industries, for Fortune 1000 companies. (dice.com)
  • ACM recognizes excellence through its eminent awards for technical and professional achievements and contributions in computer science and information technology. (acm.org)
  • p. xiii) Those without any background in computers would, I believe, find this volume to be a little technical, so I would have to rate this book as one written for an "intermediate" audience of individuals who already have some knowledge of information technology. (ala.org)
  • IBM had demonstrated use of a mainframe instruction set in their first desktop computer-the IBM 5100 , released in 1975. (wikipedia.org)
  • I have been to many computer repair places for various issues over the years, but this place is by far the best! (614main.com)
  • This episode is clearly similar: mainframe computing has obviously been marginalized over the past 10 years, but there was no discussion of the competing technologies, or the market trend. (se-radio.net)
  • The first mainframe computer was still 30 years away. (aol.com)
  • IBM has acquired Platform Solutions, a vendor of mainframes and other computer hardware, in a move that raised antitrust concerns from one IT trade group. (computerworld.com)
  • The solutions of the Computer and Networks area in ConceptDraw Solution Park extend ConceptDraw PRO with vector stencils libraries, templates and examples for creating the computer network diagrams. (conceptdraw.com)
  • The vector stencils library "Computer network" contains 51 symbols of computer network devices and equipment for drawing computer network diagrams. (conceptdraw.com)
  • Up until the mid-1990s, mainframes were very large machines that often occupied entire rooms. (wikipedia.org)
  • Parents have to deal with the administration of a computer network to function effectively. (myadran.info)
  • Don't believe all the hype that the mainframe is an outdated and overpriced concept that can easily be replaced by a minicomputer or a microcomputer network: achieving a significant reduction in staff and hardware costs without sacrificing power and functionality. (daveclarkconsulting.com)
  • Gary Doucette ( [email protected] ) is the Network Manager in University Computer Services at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada. (ala.org)
  • New Full Text Retrieval Offers to this network can access any of these computers. (nih.gov)
  • 1988 - The Convex Unix-based super mini-computer is installed and the network task group is created. (nih.gov)
  • This reduces the effective mainframe property management and administrative costs. (myadran.info)
  • Try attaching upwards of 10,000 users (which mainframes can easily handle, and more) and just see into what kind of troubles and costs you will run. (daveclarkconsulting.com)
  • Modern mainframes are now physically comparatively small and require little or no special building arrangements. (wikipedia.org)
  • Many surveys have revealed that the biggest challenge of companies with mainframes today is the increasing cost. (cmg.org)
  • The same mainframes that are now the size of your refrigerator run the most critical work of our top industries today. (cmg.org)
  • A transistorized computer prototype demonstrates the small size and low-power advantages of semiconductors compared to vacuum tubes. (computerhistory.org)
  • Large computers in both size and capacity. (nih.gov)
  • The majority of my experience has been in the mainframe area - as that is what I normally work with in my employment-type opportunities. (daveclarkconsulting.com)
  • I had a totally non functioning computer, and he gave me a time line and cost estimate for repair. (homeadvisor.com)
  • To determine the MLC, the mainframe operating system generates monthly reports that determine the customer's system usage (in MSUs) during every hour of the previous month using a rolling average (e.g., a 4-hour rolling average) recorded by each LPAR or a capacity group for the customer. (cmg.org)
  • The IBM deal may fall below the financial threshold for a mandatory review by U.S. and European Union antitrust regulators, CCIA said, but the trade group urged authorities in both locations to look into the deal's potential impact on the mainframe market. (computerworld.com)
  • Mr. Hinkle graduated from Toledo University in 1984 in Computer Science and holds a Master I/T Specialist Certification from The Open Group as well as several IBM technical certifications. (constantcontact.com)
  • This week, mainframe vendor T3 Technologies said it planned to file an antitrust complaint against IBM with the European Commission. (computerworld.com)
  • As a result, a host computer, not only eliminates the need for additional hardware to eliminate multiple operating system, but instead is home to hundreds of smaller servers. (myadran.info)
  • However, they sacrificed performance and were not as dependable as mainframe-class hardware. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1980 rumors spread of a new IBM personal computer, perhaps a miniaturized version of the 370. (wikipedia.org)
  • [1] In 1981 the IBM Personal Computer appeared, but it was not based on the System 370 architecture. (wikipedia.org)
  • The XT/370 was an IBM Personal Computer XT (System Unit 5160) with three custom 8-bit cards. (wikipedia.org)
  • April 1966 - Components of the "third-generation" computer system are installed. (nih.gov)
  • Computers and efficient production of large quantities of high-power, embedded processor (I / O). (myadran.info)
  • Analysis mainframe computers with multiple levels of detail allows you to watch and record. (myadran.info)
  • If you are into capacity planning, then you would be thrilled to learn about these latest trends and innovations in mainframe world. (cmg.org)
  • Many of the technologies developed by the invention of mainframe computers . (myadran.info)
  • IBM has focused on making its mainframes open servers that run open technologies such as Linux and Java, said spokesman Tim Breuer. (computerworld.com)
  • For example, today's microcomputer (a.k.a., a PC) may seem cheaper and more powerful than a mainframe on the surface, but this is only because it services a single user. (daveclarkconsulting.com)
  • 1958 - NIH installs its first electronic digital computer as an experimental device. (nih.gov)
  • They think mainframes are age-old dinosaurs that occupy entire room, use card punch input, and require bits and bytes programming. (cmg.org)
  • Your computer will have only the programs you have asked for! (614main.com)
  • The Q_LM package was successfully tested by evaluating the performance of individual programs versus that of analogous programs run on a mainframe computer. (cdc.gov)
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