All Application Digital Computer: Course Notes.
Technical rept. 1972-1973,
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CALIF
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The report is a set of course notes, or text, on the proposed Navy All Application Digital Computer. The AADC, as it is called, is a programmer-oriented, general purpose, modular digital computer that was originally designed to meet all the 1975-1985 Naval airborne data processing requirements, but it has now had its role generalized to include All Applications. Since the AADC combines many of the most advanced computer hardware concepts now under development in the United States, the study of AADC should be of general interest. The all application role includes real-time and time-sharing computations, and special applications such as line concentrators, super modems, data channels and aircraft electric power controllers. This report includes a chapter on each of the following a general introduction and summary of all chapters, AADC architectures, all application role, hardware technology, Data Processor Element, Master Executive Control, Signal Processing Element, evaluating AADC developments, High Order Language, and AADC applications. Modified author abstract
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