FORTRAN control of graphics on the amiga microcomputer
Coney, J. (1989) FORTRAN control of graphics on the amiga microcomputer. Current Psychology, 8 (2). pp. 151-154.
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The graphic capabilities of the Amiga microcomputer offer considerable potential for perceptual and cognitive research. These capabilities, however, are most easily accessed via the C programming language. Manipulating Amiga graphics hardware is considerably more difficult for the FORTRAN programmer. A package of FORTRAN 77 routines is described which has been designed to allow images to be easily processed and presented by means of calls from a FORTRAN experiment control program.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Psychology|
|Copyright:||© 1989 Springer.|
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