J. Paul Landauer

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In contrast to the crude analog-digital combinations of the 1960's, today's hybrids are true multiprocessors supported by realtime operating systems. Their solid-state analog computing elements loaded digitally in microseconds, together with their equation-oriented compilers, provide efficient, automatic setup and high productivity. Teamed with flexible,(More)
For many years it has been claimed that analog and hybrid computers have a sizeable speed advantage over digital computers in the solution of differential equations. This speed advantage has, in fact, been documented for a number of specific studies, where direct comparisons with all-digital solutions have shown reduced run times and resulting cost savings(More)
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