The Cambridge Project: Computer Methods for Analysis and Modeling of Complex Systems
Interim rept. Jul-Dec 1973
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE
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The Cambridge Project is a cooperative effort by a number of scientists at M.I.T. and Harvard its purpose is to make the digital computer more useful and usable by scientists in the basic and applied behavioral sciences, and in other sciences that have similar computing problems. The most notable single achievement of the half year covered in this report was the transfer of the entire Consistent System from the old Multics computer, which was a Honeywell 645, to a new Multics computer, a Honeywell 6180, and the subsequent transfer to another 6180 operated by the Air Force Data Services Center.
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