Typical and Atypical Failures of the General-Purpose Computer M-20, Methods of Localization and Elimination
The general-purpose electronic computer M-20 contains hundreds of thousands of electronic components, each of which has a limited lifetime. Failure of a single element leads to machine errors, for whose localization and elimination a definite time is required. The development of practical methods for the localization and elimination of failures take on great importance in connection with these questions.
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