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INPUT STORAGE AND OUTPUT OF NUMBERS
THE ORGANIZATION OF PROGRAMMES
Chapter 4 THE SOLUTION OF ENGINEERING PROBLEMS
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accumulator applied arithmetic arranged automatic computer AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS auxiliary store B-register binary digits binary form built carried cathode-ray tube Chapter coefficients content of register control unit conversion routine decimal digits decimal numbers delay line described desk calculating machine developed differential equations digital computer EDSAC electronic engineering calculations English Electric DEUCE ENIAC equipment example Ferranti Mark Function number grammer Harvard Mark high-speed store instance instruction code integration jump instruction library routines Linear programming Magnetic cores magnetic drum Magnetic tape Mark II computer master routine mathematical matical mechanical merely method multiplier register normally number stored obeyed operations ordinary differential equations output paper tape particular register possible printing programmer's pulses punched cards puter register 19 represent simple computer simultaneous equations single number solution solved specifies speed standard programme storage registers sub-routine Subtract suitable tabulation techniques teleprinter tape tion two-state elements usually values