106 Part 1 ½ Fundamentals Section 3 ½ Computers of Historical Significance
The Atlas computer at the University has now been in continuous operation for four years and it is expected to provide for the major part of the University's computing needs until 1971.
During the period of its operation the provision of extensive monitoring
and logging information has permitted the behaviour of the system to he
studied in detail. The results of these studies have been extremely valuable
in the design of a successor to the Atlas.
Allmark and Lucking ; Amdahl et al. [1964a]; Anderson ;
Anderson, Hoffman, Shifman, and Williams ; Barton ; Bock ;
Carlson ; Clark ; Davis ; Hamblin ; Hauck and Dent
; Hodges ; Kilburn, Howarth, Payne, and Sumner ; Lonergan
and King ; Morris, Sumner, and Wyld ; Shaw ; Sumner,
Haley, and Chen ; Weber ; Wirth and Weber [1966a].
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