The  PDP-12  (Programmed Data Processor) was created by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in 1969 and was marketed specifically for science and engineering.  [1]  It was the 3rd in the LINC family and its uses for applications in chemistry, applied psychology, patient monitoring and industrial testing.  [2]  It is the combination of the LINC computer and the PDP-8 and can run programs for the computer.  [3]  It features a single central processor with two distinct operating modes, each with its own set instruction that allows it to run both computers’ programs.  [4] Read More…

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