semi-automatic ground environment

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Semi-Automatic Ground Environment definition

(SAGE) The computer system of the old US Norad air defence system. SAGE was ground-breaking in many ways, such as being one of the first very large software projects and the first real-time system.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory developed SAGE and MITRE Corporation was responsible for system engineering and implementation oversight.
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