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Symbolics 3600 Symbolic Processing System

Manufacturer Symbolics
Identification,ID Symbolics 3600 Symbolic Processing System
Date of first manufacture1986
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Symbolics 3600 Symbolic Processing System


Symbolics 3600 Symbolic Processing System

This high-performance LISP workstatioon was introduced in 1986. It was frequently used in AI (Artificial Intellingence) environments at universities and as a workstation in image processing, VLSI design, CAD, simulation, and graphics arts. It came with the "ZetaLISP" programming environment, and had a 36-bit CPU, high-resolution (1150 x 900 pixel) display, and built-in Ethernet.


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