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Flagship 4 - July 1989

Flagship 4 - July 1989
The picture on the front cover is of Atlas the Titan supporting the World. The word atlas is used for a book of maps because a representation of Atlas supporting the heavens was used as a frontispiece to early atlases.
Our picture was not computer generated, but was scanned by an IBM 3117 to provide the reduced version here.
SUP'EUR
Report from the Fourth Cray User Meeting, 25 May 1989
National Centres Open Meeting, May 1989
Paul Thompson moves on
Gaussian 86
Parallel FORTRAN on the IBM 3090
Twenty five years ago
Computer Aided Component Design in High Performance Materials
 

Publication Date : July 1989



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3361. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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