CPS PROGRAM LOGIC MANUAL. VOLUME I. CPS SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE AND CONVENTIONS.
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR COOLEY ELECTRONICS LAB
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The Cooley Programming System CPS is a generalized programming and file management system written for use on the PDP-8 processor of Digital Equipment Corporationss LINC-8 computer. A minimum memory size of 8192 words is required. Extensive use is made of the two tape units present on every LINC-8 for both file storage and system residence. The four volumes entitled CPS System Architecture and Conventions, CPS Basic Programming Package, CPS 8-K FORTRAN Package, and CPS System Utility Programs were written in order to take a snapshot of CPS at one point in its continuing development. This version of CPS is considered to be a first generation system successive versions are on the drawing boards and internally resemble their parent less and less every day. The present document, Volume 1, describes the system structure and conventions. Author
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