ICL 1900 series: Using MAXIMOP.
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Published by International Computers Limited in London .
Written in English


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In loose-leaf binder. Updated by amendment sheets.

SeriesTechnical publication -- 4398
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Open LibraryOL20890964M

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ICL Series Printers , , , Field Modification Instructions 31/ Boxfile, containing: 1) c Series Paper Tape Reader / Punch Logic Diagrams 2) Series Executive Specification Punched Card Equipment - ; A - A - A 3) Series Executive Specification for. Maximop? I distinctly remember using this on the ICL mainframe to which I had access during the '70s, but I can find no mention of it anywhere. 4-character filenames, 4-character commands, a "shell script" language (I've forgotten what it was referred to as), with the concept of default values when using parameters, e.g. %A If someone. Origins. When ICL was formed in as a result of the merger of International Computers and Tabulators (ICT) with English Electric Leo Marconi, the company considered a number of options for its future product line. These included enhancements to either ICT's Series or the English Electric System 4, and a development based on J. K. Illiffe's Basic Language Machine. ICL it was realised that within a few years the new company would need a range of machines to replace the series currently being marketed by the individual compo­ nents of the merged corporation. The , System 4 and ranges inherited by the new company .

ICL National Data Processing Corp Inventors Companies' Annual Reports etc series series Miscellaneous special peripherals range: , , ; ME29 series Communications Equipment Singer. The ICL ME29 Kindle Edition by Wade Brice (Author) Format: Kindle Edition. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ Reviews: 2.   I mentioned previously that ICL was formed from the (forced) merger of ICT with English Electric Leo Marconi. Later I was told that, in anticipation of the merger, EE’s salesmen had been sent out to sell as many of their System 4 computers as possible, including with promises of ICL series application software running on them. In his seminal work ICL a Business and Technical History, Martin Campbell-Kelly describes the IBM as the computer which finally convinced the users of punched card equipment that the computer was a viable business tool. The production figures for the .

The target was the ICL series. This compiler, in turn, was the parent of the Pascal compiler for the Information Computer Systems (ICS) Multum minicomputer. The Multum port was developed – with a view to using Pascal as a systems programming language – by Findlay, Cupples, Cavouras and Davis, working at the Department of Computing. The International Computers Limited (ICL) series were bit machines introduced in and that were highly successful with thousands sold into Europe. This may sound like a tiny number today, but when you consider the size and cost of such machines and that they were introduced only 13 years after the world's first business computer. MINIMOP was an operating system which ran on the International Computers Limited (ICL) series of computers. Queen Mary College, London, now Queen Mary, University of London, later developed MAXIMOP. [citation needed] References. Rees, M. J. (23 October ). "Some improvements to the MINIMOP multi-access operating system".   Invariant imbedding, or the Riccati transformation, has been used to solve unstable ordinary differential equations for a few years. This paper compar.