circuitry and magnetic core memory. TX-2 was a research tool in scientific computations, data-handling, and real-time problems. The Lincoln TX-2 computer was a general-purpose binary purrllelmachine with a code of 64 single-address instructions, and 64 index registers. The design provided for a randmaccess memory of 260,000 $-bit words. The instruction code includes the usual arithmetic and logic operations executed at a peak rate of ~0,000$-bit additions per second, with several interesting variants. Collection Dates
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