Issue No. 11 - November (1975 vol. 8)
T.H. Kehl , University of Washington
In 1963 Clark and Molnar<sup>1</sup>developed the LINC computer (Laboratory Instrument Computer), principally for use in biomedical research. Several of the features of this machine (autoindexing, LINC tapes, 12-bit word, data break) later appeared in the PDP-5 and, still later, in the PDP-8. It is probably fair to give Clark and Molnar credit for thus starting the minicomputer revolution.
T. Kehl, L. Dunkel and C. Moss, "LM A Logic Machine Minicomputer," in Computer, vol. 8, no. , pp. 12-22, 1975.