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  1. Scientists are finding increased applications for microprocessors as process controllers in their experiments. However, while microprocessors are small and inexpensive, they are difficult to program in machine or assembly language. A high-level language is needed to enable scientists to develop their own microprocessor programs for their experiments on location. Recognizing this need, LLL contracted to have such a language developed. This report describes the result -- the LLL BASIC interpreter. 1 figure, 4 tables.
  2. This report describes a Direct Numerical Control (DNC) System proposed for use in the LLL Mechanical Shops. The DNC system includes a small digital computer that will provide the capability to store, manipulate, and distribute parts programs to the various machine tool stations. The system will also provide editing capabilities for parts program development and optimization. Diagnostic routines will be included to provide preventive maintenance. Logging of machine on'' time can be instituted to provide data for improved scheduling and machine tool usage. (auth)
  3. Scientists are finding increased applications for microcomputers as process controllers in their experiments. However, while microcomputers are small and inexpensive, they are difficult to program in machine or assembly language. A high-level language is needed to enable scientists to develop their own microcomputer programs for their experiments on location. Recognizing this need, LLL contracted to have such a language developed. This report describes the result--the LLL BASIC interpreter, which operates with LLL's 8080-based MCS-80 microcomputer system. 4 tables.
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