CCAM-Forth

CCAM as we stated in the intro to this segment is an acronym we created for Connected Content Addressable Memory. Forth is a programming language. CCAM was originally created in the early 1970’s as a machine language program for a PDP-10 at the Claremont Colleges. Later the machine language was “translated” to the Forth Program by James Clover while employed by the author at the Institute for Advanced Systems Studies (IAS) at California State Polytechnic University.

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