The Design, Development and Translation of General Purpose Software for the P3C Aircraft's Digital Computer.
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The Navy has incorporated a modified UNIVAC 1830-A CP 901 or ASQ114 mini digital computer into its P3C aircraft. This ASQ114 computer system is presently used only during aircraft testing and flying. In the near future, fifty or more of these digital systems will be operational and will sit virtually idle about 40 of the time. Hence, this project was undertaken to improve the computer utilization, and to provide the individual squadrons with an administrative computer capability. Six specific tasks leading to the implementation of a general purpose operating system have been undertaken a feasibility study, development of a CP 901 translator, design and development of an assembler, design study of the bootstrapping technique, design of a FORTRAN compiler, and the design of a control operating system. Author
- Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware