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SYSTRAN (Systems Analysis Translator): A Digital Computer Program.

Report Number: AMRL TR 65-133
Author: La Jeunesse, D. J.
Author: Weis, E. B.
Author: Hogan, T. J.
Corporate Author: Research and Technology Division; Aerospace Medical Research Laboratories; Technology, Inc.
Laboratory: Aerospace Medical Research Laboratories
Date of Publication: 1965-07
Pages: 326
Contract: AF 33(616)-10010
Project: 7231
Task: 723101
AD Number: AD0624468

The mechanics, mathematics, and usage of a program written in FORTRAN IV and MAP for the IBM 7094 are described. The program is called SYSTRAN (systems analysis translator) and it includes subroutines for most of the common tools for frequency domain analysis of linear systems ( such as Fourier transforms and inverse Fourier transforms, complex algebra, and correlation functions). The report is essentially an instruction manual. It contains a discussion of all aspects of the program essential to competent usage.

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