The PACE TR-20 was the teaching model for analogue computing as it was a perfect representative of the range of transistorised desktop computers available in the 1960’s. ?Introduction to Analog Computation’ references the TR-20 as typical of its type of small desk top computers built by various manufacturers.
This model was used by the Electrical Engineering Department of the University of Technology Sydney (then the NSW Institute of Technology), to train engineers in the use of analogue comput...
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