Microcomputer laboratory design.
Abler, Ronald J.
Hewitt, Marle D.
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A microcomputer laboratory was designed and implemented to support Airborne Digital Computation, AE 4641, a course involving a study of the methods used for digital computation in airborne weapons systems. Programming projects in both macnine language and assembly language were written, tested, and provided -for student exercise. All required operating and driving so-ftware was procured or written. Supporting notes, help -files, and tutorials were composed. Upon completion o-f the hardware and so-ftware implementation o-f the laboratory, the laboratory portion o-f the course was taught by the author, permitting rigorous testing and debugging of all equipment, operating systems, and programs.
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