PROGRAM LIBRARY FOR THE 103 ELECTRONIC COMPUTER (SELECTED ARTICLES).
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The book treats principally of the standard subroutines and programs available for the 103 electronic digital computer which is patterned after the Russian-built M-3 small electronic digital computer. This is a revised edition of the original publication which appeared in June 1961. Subroutines are provided for the solution of sin x and cos x, arc sin x, tg x, arc tg x, 1e squared, 1n x, square root of x, decimal-to-binary-to-decimal conversion, sh x, and ch x. Standard programs are provided for solving the more common of the classical mathematical problems such as the Runge-Kutta method for solving ordinary differential equations, Simpsons differentiation method, etc. A few of the service routines are introduced, together with a program library for the 103 digital computer. The use of floating-point operations in the 103 digital computer is mentioned, and a floating-point program library, with associated subroutines, is detailed therein. The appendix contains a brief introduction to the 103 digital computer, instruction format, and a table showing the contents of registers at machine halts.
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