2 edition of Ferranti Pegasus Computer found in the catalog.
Ferranti Pegasus Computer
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Ferranti Pegasus 2 The collection contains a set of important parts from a Pegasus computer. This was a valve based computer developed by Ferranti Ltd. around The collection contains all the input output elements of the machine. The computer used was a Ferranti PEGASUS computer. This has been achieved by exploiting a new technique called Autocode. The Autocode provides a simple means of presenting work to the computer; it is a form of computer shorthand which can be read directly by anyone, and with which it is possible to learn to write in a day or two without.
"Pegasus has the nicest ISP processor structure discussed in this section-perhaps in the book. It is included because it is probably the first machine to use an array of general registers as accumulators, multiplier-quotient registers, index registers, etc.". Additional Physical Format: Online version: Felton, G.E. Pegasus programming manual. [London, Ferranti, The London Computer, ©] (OCoLC)
The Ferranti Pegasus Mark 1 computer from was the first computer used on the Sydney Opera House project. It was one of the earliest commercially produced computers available in the UK, made by the Manchester-based electronics manufacturer Ferranti Ltd, a company that was at the forefront of the UK’s emerging computer industry in the s. /6/ Ferranti Computer Systems Limited Ferranti Computer Systems Limited can trace its history back to when the Computer Group was formed to develope and manufacture computers after working with Manchester University on the creation of the worlds first stored programme computer.
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The Pegasus Story discusses the origins of the Pegasus project from wartime know-how through to the involvement of Ferranti Ltd, giving tribute to the remarkable achievements of the individuals involved in the design and building of this vintage computer.5/5(2).
The Pegasus and its offspring – the Ferranti Perseus, Sirius and Orion – galloped into the white-hot embrace of a Labour government now committed to ‘full planning and mobilisation of scientific resources’ supported by the new Ministry of Technology established the year of.
A description of the Ferranti Pegasus 2 Computer System This book 'describes the distinctive features of the Pegasus 2 Computer, both in its basic form and when used as a data-processing system.
Much of the more detailed matter has been put as footnotes or appendices.'. From the collection, a scanned-in computer-related ti:: pegasus:: Library Vol2. Pegasus was an early British vacuum tube (valve) computer built by Ferranti, Ltd that pioneered design features to make life easier for both engineers and programmers.
Much of the development was the product of three men: W.S. (Bill) Elliott (Hardware); Christopher Strachey (Software) and Bernard Swann (Marketing and Customer Support).
Ferranti Pegasus Computer Plug-In Package Unit (credit: Flints Auctions) A piece of UK computing history is going on the auction block Ferranti Pegasus Computer book month in the form of a plug-in package for a Ferranti Pegasus Computer.
From the collection, a scanned-in computer-related ti:: pegasus:: Library Programs. A piece of UK computing history is going on the auction block this month in the form of a plug-in package for a Ferranti Pegasus Computer.
Readers of a certain age will remember the joy of feeding and retrieving punched paper tape from the looming bulk of machines like the Pegasus, while others may recall seeing one of the. The Pegasus Story discusses the origins of the Pegasus project from wartime know-how through to the involvement of Ferranti Ltd, giving tribute to the remarkable achievements of the individuals involved in the design and building of this vintage computer.
This Ferranti Pegasus computer, c. was designed by Christopher Strachey () while working at the National Research and Development Corporation (NRDC).
He based his design on his experiments while working with Elliot Bros., where he pioneered the idea of constructing computers from modular packages. Ferranti or Ferranti International plc was a major UK electrical engineering and equipment firm known primarily for defence electronics and power grid systems.
The Company was once a constituent of the FTSE Index but ceased trading in The Ferranti Pegasus computer was developed in the early s by a team of former Elliott Brothers Ltd engineers using a technology pioneered in the Elliott/NRDC computer.
The engineering of Pegasus is outstanding. By there were around 30 Ferranti Pegasus computers in use The Argus was the first in the range to use integrated circuits and had considerably more computing power than the earlier machines.
It allowed the use of Fortran and, later, CORAL compilers and had huge success in real time applications. The Pegasus Story: A history of a vintage British computer, by Simon Lavington, London, Science Museum, ISBN Посилання. Ferranti Mark 1 at Computer50; Who Made the First Computer.
A simulator of the Ferranti Mark 1, executing Christopher Strachey's Love letter algorithm from Ferranti Pegasus computer with punched card machine to 55 items (neast /3) With contributions, and some photographs, by the engineers who worked on this project, this gives the original story of the Pegasus computer fitted with a special punched card machine for Skandia Insurance, now displayed in the Science Museum.
The firm was known for work in the area of power grid systems and defence electronics. In addition, in Ferranti began selling the first commercially available computer, the Ferranti Mark 1. The Belgian subsidiary lives on as Ferranti Computer Systems and is now part of the Nijkerk r: Sebastian Ziani de Ferranti.
3) A Description of the Ferranti PEGASUS Ferranti PEGASUS Data Processing System - brochure 4) An Introduction to the Ferranti PEGASUS Computer 5) Ferranti PEGASUS - An example of an Automated Programme for Sales Analysis & Forecasting 6) Ferranti Computer World newsletter - Special issue demonstration.
In the late s Ferranti joined with various university-based research groups to develop first effort was the Ferranti Mark 1, completed in about nine delivered between and The Pegasus introduced in was their most popular valve (vacuum tube) system,  with 38 units sold.
CircaIvan Idelson, at Ferranti, originated the Cluff. Ferranti Pegasus. Sadly we don’t have the whole machine, just this logic card and the programming manual. The Pegasus computer was in production from More can be seen on Wikipedia.
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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. INTRODUCTION DIGITAL COMPUTERS. Elliott Computer brochure, Marconi Elliott Computer Systems Ltd, summary information about the Elliott computer, software and peripherals. Elliott Digital Computer System Functional Specification, Issue 2, July Elliott A Fact Book: a summary of the features of first machine in the Elliott Series.The Pegasus computer was introduced and became Ferranti's most popular valve (vacuum tube) system, with 38 units sold.
Ferranti' s Radio and T. V. interests were sold to E. K. Cole Ltd The Distribution Transformers Department was set up. A short film produced by Google to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Britain's first supercomputer, the Ferranti Atlas. When first switched on in .