GAT: An Early Compiler and Operating System

@article{Arden1986GATAE,
  title={GAT: An Early Compiler and Operating System},
  author={Bruce W. Arden},
  journal={Annals of the History of Computing},
  year={1986},
  volume={8},
  pages={56-58}
}
Arden saw a copy of Knuth’s paper (preceding) and laboratory and had an IBM Type 602 Calculating followed on in the light spirit I suggested. He mentions Punch, which could divide as well as add, subtract, the Statistical Research Laboratory in the Horace and multiply. I remember speaking to Craig about that Rackham School of Graduate Studies. As he says, at great wonder, the Type 604 Electronic Calculating one time Cecil C. Craig was in charge of that Punch. 

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