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Compatible Time-Sharing System

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  1. was one of the first time-sharing operating systems

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  2. Multics, which was also developed by Project MAC, was started in the 1960s as a successor to CTSS, for future use in multiple-access computing

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  3. developed at MIT's Computation Center

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  4. CTSS was first demonstrated in 1961, and was operated at MIT until 1973

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  5. CTSS was described in a paper presented at the 1962 Spring Joint Computer Conference

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