The Share 709 System: Input-Output Translation

@article{DiGri1959TheS7,
  title={The Share 709 System: Input-Output Translation},
  author={Vincent J. DiGri and J. King},
  journal={J. ACM},
  year={1959},
  volume={6},
  pages={141-144}
}
The 709 System Committee agreed from the start that the system, to be complete, should contain some provision for input and output translation at the program execution or customer level. The big problem was to specify a translation system that every 709 user could and would want to use. In contrast to assemblers, compilers, debugging systems and operational systems which are designed to simplify programming and to make a complete computing operation run smoothly, an input-output system must, in… Expand
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