Wolontis-Bell Interpreter

@article{Leagus1986WolontisBellI,
  title={Wolontis-Bell Interpreter},
  author={D. C. Leagus and Miss R A Weiss and Marion C. Gray and G. L. Baldwin},
  journal={Annals of the History of Computing},
  year={1986},
  volume={8},
  pages={74-76}
}
This preliminary report describes an interpretive system which transforms the 650 into a three-address floatingdecimal general-purpose computer primarily suited for scientific and engineering calculations. The system is complete in the sense that all mathematical, logical and input-output operations normally called for in such calculations can be performed within the system, i.e., without reference to the basic operation codes of the 650. The guiding principles in designing the system have been… Expand
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