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  • JPRS 71659

    10 August 1978

    TRANSLATIONS ON USSR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

    No, 44

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    1. Report No. JPRS 71659

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    TRANSLATIONS ON USSR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY No. 44

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  • JPRS 71659

    10 August 1978

    TRANSLATIONS ON USSR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

    No. 44

    CONTENTS PAGE

    CYBERNETICS, COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

    General-Purpose Interpreting System for Editing and Translating Programs for Standard-Unit Computer Hardware System (ASVT) M-6000 Computers

    (V.N. Krekov, et al.; PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978) .. 1

    Problems in Creation of an Automated Debugging System for the M-7000 Processor

    (F.F. Buchakchiyskiy, et al.; PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978) 9

    Il'ichevsk Transportation Center Works on Continuous Schedule-Plan (Ye Krushkin; VODNYY TRANSPORT, 6 Jun 78) 17

    Plans for Automation in the Ukraine (V.P. Shevchenko; MEKHANIZATSIYA I AVTOMATIZATSIYA UPRAVLENIYA, Jan-Mar 78) 23

    Serious Problems in Coordinating Development of Rechflot ASU (V. Nevolin; RECHNOY TRANSPORT, No 1, 1978) 31

    SCIENTISTS AND SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATIONS

    New Members of Latvian SSR Academy of Sciences Presented (NAUKA I TEKHNIKA, Jun 78) 36

    Digital Electronic Metrology Expert V.M. Shlyandin Hailed (PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978) 44

    Scientific Instrument Making Product Identification Approach Discussed

    (A.P. Pakhomov; PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978) . 46

    - a - [III - USSR - 23 S & TJ

  • CONTENTS (Continued) PaSe

    Production of Experimental Models of Complex Instruments Improved (D.F. Guz', et al.; PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978) 50

    Measuring and Information Systems Conference, Baku 1977, Reviewed (PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978) 54

    Vitebsk Electronic Measuring Equipment Plant Conference Topics Discussed

    (V.A. Ivanova; PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978).. 61

    Yaroslavl' Technological Design and Scientific Research Institute Conference

    (V.V. Risunov; PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978).. 68

    PUBLICATIONS

    New Books, Content Summarized (PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA, No 5, 1978) 71

    Brief Abstracts of Library Accessions and Book Review (MEKHANIZATSIYA I AVTOMATIZATSIYA UPRAVLENIYA, Jan-Mar 1978) '. 77

    Brief Abstracts of Articles in 'MEKHANIZATSIYA I AVTOMATIZATSIYA UPRAVLENIYA'

    (MEKHANIZATSIYA I AVTOMATIZATSIYA UPRAVLENIYA, Jan-Mar 1978) 82

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  • CYBERNETICS, COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

    UDC 681.326

    GENERAL-PURPOSE INTERPRETING SYSTEM FOR EDITING AND TRANSLATING PROGRAMS FOR STANDARD-UNIT COMPUTER HARDWARE SYSTEM (ASVT) M-6000 COMPUTERS

    Moscow PRIBORY I SISTEMY UPRAVLENIYA in Russian No 5, 1978 pp 7-9

    [Article by V.N. Krekov, A.N. Tsygankov and A.I. Udod, engineers]

    [Text] At the VTs [computing center] of the TsPKB [Central Planning and Design Bureau] for Systems for Automating Production (Moscow) in 1976 was developed and put into service a general-purpose interpreting system (UTS), representing the development of an absolute system for editing and trans- lation supplied by the Impul's NPO [Scientific Production Association] (Severodonetsk) as standard software.

    The main purpose of this UIS is, while totally maintaining the essence of editing and translation, as well as the combination of existing programs for performing these operations, to alter their technological process for purposes of drastically improving the productivity of the computer and pro- grammer (especially where there is no alphanumeric printer, no ATsPU), of creating maximum convenience for the programmer when working with the com- puter,' of eliminating nonproductive losses of paper and machine time for pre- paratory operations, of reducing the number of system media, and of ex- tending the operating resources of input-output (I/O) units.

    The system is simple and reliable in operation, has highly advanced functional capabilities, goes together easily with a large number of absolute routines (editors, translators, etc.), and adapts well, i.e., makes it possible, with- out any rearrangements, to select any I/O unit, type of punched tape (PL) for input and output, and any editing and translating mode, including any standard mode included i