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Latest revision as of 06:57, 14 June 2019

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PDP-10 debut, September 1967 [1]

The PDP-10 was a mainframe computer family manufactured and sold by Digital Equipment Corporation from 1967. Its architecture was an almost identical version of the earlier PDP-6 architecture, sharing the same 36-bit word length and slightly extending the instruction set with improved hardware implementation. PDP-10 had 18-bit word addresses, in a so called supervisor mode, instruction addresses correspond directly to physical memory, In user mode, addresses are translated to physical memory. There are 16 general-purpose, 36-bit registers.

The PDP-10 was the foundation of the DECsystem-10 and the DECSYSTEM-20 and ran a variety of operating systems including TOPS-10, ITS, WAITS, TYMCOM-X, TENEX, and TOPS-20 [2]. TOPS-10 was the first widely used timesharing system.

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36-bit machines from The Computer History Museum
PDP-10 Chess from The Computer History Museum
PDP-10 Chess from The Computer History Museum

References

  1. September 1967: The PDP-10 debuts, PDP-10 from The Computer History Museum
  2. Origins and Development of TOPS-20 by Dan Murphy
  3. PDP-10/its · GitHub (OCM 470 and accompanying files is a 1980 version of Mac Hack) maintained by Lars Brinkhoff and Eric Swenson
  4. its/src/rg at master · PDP-10/its · GitHub (Tech 2 source code) maintained by Lars Brinkhoff and Eric Swenson
  5. MIT PDP-10 'Info' file converted to Hypertext 'html' format by Henry Baker

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