QUESTIONS OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTIGATION OF A DIGITAL COMPLEX BASED ON THE 'URAL-2' AND MN-14 COMPUTERS,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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A hybrid computer complex based on a Ural-2 digital computer and an MN-14 analog computer is described. Among the tasks anticipated for the complex are modeling of a control computer and its controlled object, study of dynamic problems in automatic control, synthesis of automatic control systems, and solution of nonlinear problems by a piecewise-linear approximation method. The two computers are connected by a universal junction unit whose main function is analog-digital and digital-analog conversion. The junction unit is constructed in the 14-section form also used by the Ural-2. The code conversion unit is discussed at length optimization of it has raised its clock frequency to 400 kHz. The Ural-2 was used to determine optimum parameters for the conversion unit. An analysis of errors in the code converter is made.
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