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The IBM 9020 multiprocessing system, described in Parts II to V, was designed to meet the Federal Aviation Administration's specifications for the Central Computer Complex of the National Air Space (NAS) system. In order to round out a picture of the whole system, this Part presents a brief discussion of the intended application and the related programs (subsequently called operational programs).
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