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Philip X. Murray
January 1, 1980

The Courtran Project is a research and development project being undertaken by the Federal Judicial Center. The aim of this project is to investigate how technology, especially the introduction of computer systems, can be used to support the federal courts.

J. Michael Greenwood
January 1, 1980

A supplementary report to a 1979 report undertaken at the court's request because evidence to support permanent installation of the electronic-mail capability was inconclusive as a result of certain technological and operational problems.

Larry C. Farmer, J. Michael Greenwood
January 1, 1979

A description of the implementation in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals of word processing and an electronic-mail network using Courtran computer resources.

Larry C. Farmer
October 4, 1978

This study was undertaken to assist the Federal Judicial Center in evaluating the results of the Word Processing and Electronic Mail Project conducted in the Third Circuit.

John H. Allen
September 21, 1978

A presentation to the Federal Court Clerks Association on the status and future of Courtran.

Richard L. Deal & Associates Inc.
January 1, 1978

This report is the third of four prepared during a study of the communications requirements of the Courtran II processing system. This report analyzes and compares pricing for each of the primary Courtran II network alternatives.

Michael W. Leavitt
January 1, 1978

A description of the calendaring and assignment computer software system that the Center designed at the request of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The report includes suggestions for possible applications of that software.

Richard L. Deal & Associates Inc.
January 1, 1978

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Richard L. Deal & Associates Inc.
January 1, 1978

This report is the second of four prepared during a study of the communications requirements of the Courtran II processing system.

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