Fig. 23. RTM system to compute sum-of-integers to N using K(PCS).

structure with particular instruction assignments for the data part components.
Thus a given algorithm can be specified in a number of ways using RTM
systems:

1. hardwired

2. encoded in K(PCS) memory in terms of desired instructions

3. encoded in terms of PDP-16/M instructions (and structure)

4. programmed in terms of a hardwired computer

5. programmed in terms of a computer implemented using a K(PCS)

6. programmed in terms of a computer implemented using a PDP-16/M

TWO NEW MODULES: DMCARITHMETIC AND REGISTERS)

AND KCBUS CONTROC AND TERMINATION COMBINED)

Just before publication of this book, two new PDP-16 modules became

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