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June 24, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Ashton-Tate, Torrance, California has signed with Airus Inc for the right to incorporate the Portland, Oregon company’s Intuitive Processing algorithms into future products. Two existing products that use the technology, both developed by Airus itself, are the Write Now word processor, and the Detente memory-resident program that is designed to help users to enter PC-DOS commands on an IBM Personal.It is claimed the algorithms can be embedded in almost any application to improve user-system communication and the software performance.

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