The Atlas supervisor

@inproceedings{Kilburn1899TheAS,
  title={The Atlas supervisor},
  author={Tom Kilburn and R. B. Payne and D. J. Howarth},
  booktitle={AFIPS '61 (Eastern)},
  year={1899}
}
This paper gives a brief description of work originating in the Computer Group at Manchester University. Atlas is the name given to a large computing system which can include a variety of peripheral equipments, and an extensive store. All the activities of the system are controlled by a program called the supervisor. Several types of store are used, and the addressing system enables a virtually unlimited amount of each to be included. The primary store consists of magnetic cores with a cycle… 

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