Program generation system for modern hybrid computers

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This paper describes the use of a new integrated hybrid programming system which provides equation oriented specification of continuous system simulation models and automated setup, checkout, and operation of the hybrid computer. The programming system is based upon the APBE compiler originally developed through the National Computing Center in England and the HYTRAN Operations Interpreter (HOI) implemented on EAI hybrid computers. In the new program generation system, both processors have been enhanced to enrich the languages and to provide compatible file processing so that the compiler generates a complete HYTRAM object program file which is processed on-line by the hybrid system for setup, checkout, and operation of the analog processor. The benefits of this automatic program generation over the manual process include significant reduction of programming time and cost, error free program setup and operation, and increased hybrid computer productivity. © 1975.

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Landauer, J. P. (1975). Program generation system for modern hybrid computers. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 17(4), 294–299. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0378-4754(75)80009-7

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