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First Record of Single-Event Upset on Ground, Cray-1 Computer at Los Alamos in 1976

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10 Author(s)
Normand, E. ; Boeing Res. & Technol., Seattle, WA, USA ; Wert, J.L. ; Quinn, H. ; Fairbanks, T.D.
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Records of bit flips in the Cray-1 computer installed at Los Alamos, NM, in 1976 lead to an upset rate in the Cray-1's bipolar SRAMs that correlates with the single-event upsets (SEUs) being induced by the atmospheric neutrons.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 6 )