The Honeywell computer, historic workhorse of MEDLARS I, was responsible for processing over 10 years of Index Medicus, Cumulated Index Medicus, Current Catalog, and numerous other bibliographies used throughout the world. It processed thousands of demand searches during the years before on-line searching took over. The system was also instrumental in providing data which led to the development of its own successor, MEDLARS II.
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