The logical design of CG24

@inproceedings{Dinneen1958TheLD,
  title={The logical design of CG24},
  author={Gerald P. Dinneen and Irwin L. Lebow and Irving S. Reed},
  booktitle={AIEE-ACM-IRE '58 (Eastern)},
  year={1958}
}
This paper discusses some features of the logical design of the CG24 computer with emphasis on the techniques used in the logical design rather than on the particular characteristics of the computer itself. 

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