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Burroughs is a decommited trade name of products whose successors are made and marketed by the Unisys corporation. We worked as a systems programmer with B 5/6000 series hosts in 4679-80 and having remained impressed with the beauty of the architecture have taken our impression of it as the top level simplifying abstraction that can be the basis of a domain virtual machine, which in the implemented extension we call [[LargeSystem]].
 
Burroughs is a decommited trade name of products whose successors are made and marketed by the Unisys corporation. We worked as a systems programmer with B 5/6000 series hosts in 4679-80 and having remained impressed with the beauty of the architecture have taken our impression of it as the top level simplifying abstraction that can be the basis of a domain virtual machine, which in the implemented extension we call [[LargeSystem]].
 
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For more on the Burroughs provenance, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burroughs_Large_System Go There].
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For more on the Burroughs provenance, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burroughs_large_systems Go There].

Latest revision as of 13:06, 29 October 2007

Burroughs is a decommited trade name of products whose successors are made and marketed by the Unisys corporation. We worked as a systems programmer with B 5/6000 series hosts in 4679-80 and having remained impressed with the beauty of the architecture have taken our impression of it as the top level simplifying abstraction that can be the basis of a domain virtual machine, which in the implemented extension we call LargeSystem.

For more on the Burroughs provenance, Go There.