Logical design of CG24 (a general-purpose computer). G. P. Dinneen.

Logical design of CG24 (a general-purpose computer).

Publisher Information: Lexington, MA: Lincoln Laboratory, 1957.

Dinneen, G. P. et al. Logical design of CG24 (a general-purpose computer). Lexington, Mass.: Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 15 April 1957. Original dark blue printed wrappers. Library stamp cancelled on title page. VG. vi, 42pp. Text diagrams. 267 x 216 mm.

A report presenting the detailed design and logical structure of the Lincoln Laboratory’s CG24 transistorized computer, which became operational in May 1958; it was one of the earliest real-time computers developed. The co-authors were J. A. Dumanian, I. L. Lebow, and P. B. Sebring. Laid in is an invoice for this copy from the Lincoln Laboratory to the Office of Naval Research. Origins of Cyberspace 573.

Book Id: 44673

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