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The read bus connected to the write bus through a non-inverting buffer, so any data appearing on the read bus also appeared on the write bus. Other control signals could copy write bus data back into the registers. Data transfers worked like this: To move the address of the next instruction from the B register to the S register, an RB read B control signal was issued; this caused the address to move from register B to the read bus, and then to the write bus.
A WS write S control signal moved the address from the write bus into the S register. Several registers could be read onto the read bus simultaneously.
When this occurred, data from each register was inclusive- OR ed onto the bus. This was accomplished by inverting both operands, performing a logical OR through the bus, and then inverting the result. The design principles developed for the AGC by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory , directed in late s by Charles Draper, became foundational to software engineering —particularly for the design of more reliable systems that relied on asynchronous software , priority scheduling , testing, and human-in-the-loop decision capability.
There was a simple real-time operating system designed by J. The AGC also had a sophisticated software interpreter, developed by the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory , that implemented a virtual machine with more complex and capable pseudo-instructions than the native AGC.
These instructions simplified the navigational programs. While the execution time of the pseudo-instructions was increased due to the need to interpret these instructions at runtime the interpreter provided many more instructions than AGC natively supported and the memory requirements were much lower than in the case of adding these instructions to the AGC native language which would require additional memory built into the computer at that time the memory capacity was very expensive.
The average pseudo-instruction required about 24 ms to execute. The assembler and version control system, named YUL for an early prototype Christmas Computer ,  enforced proper transitions between native and interpreted code. A set of interrupt-driven user interface routines called Pinball provided keyboard and display services for the jobs and tasks running on the AGC. A rich set of user-accessible routines were provided to let the operator astronaut display the contents of various memory locations in octal or decimal in groups of 1, 2, or 3 registers at a time.
Monitor routines were provided so the operator could initiate a task to periodically redisplay the contents of certain memory locations. Jobs could be initiated. Many of the trajectory and guidance algorithms used were based on earlier work by Richard Battin.
Details of these programs were implemented by a team under the direction of Margaret Hamilton. The Apollo Guidance Computer software influenced the design of Skylab , Space Shuttle and early fly-by-wire fighter aircraft systems. It retained the basic Block I architecture, but increased erasable memory from 1 to 2 kilowords. Fixed memory was expanded from 24 to 36 kilowords. The Block II version is the one that actually flew to the moon. Block I was used during the unmanned Apollo 4 and 6 flights, and was on board the ill-fated Apollo 1.
Various tricks were employed to squeeze in additional instructions, such as having special memory addresses which, when referenced, would implement a certain function. The address spaces were extended by employing the Bank fixed and Ebank erasable registers, so the only memory of either type that could be addressed at any given time was the current bank, plus the small amount of fixed-fixed memory and the erasable memory. In addition, the bank register could address a maximum of 32 kilowords, so an Sbank super-bank register was required to access the last 4 kilowords.
All across-bank subroutine calls had to be initiated from fixed-fixed memory through special functions to restore the original bank during the return: At this time, while the general operation of the instruction is understood, the precise details are still hazy, and it is believed to be responsible for problems emulating the LEM AGC Luminary software. Five minutes into the descent, Buzz Aldrin gave the computer the command , which instructed it to periodically calculate and display DELTAH the difference between altitude sensed by the radar and the computed altitude.
After being given the "GO" from Houston, Aldrin entered again and another alarm occurred. When reporting the second alarm, Aldrin added the comment "It appears to come up when we have a up". The AGC software had been designed with priority scheduling, and automatically recovered, deleting lower priority tasks including the display task, to complete its critical guidance and control tasks.
Guidance controller Steve Bales and his support team that included Jack Garman issued several "GO" calls and the landing was successful. For his role, Bales received the US Presidential Medal of Freedom on behalf of the entire control center team and the three Apollo astronauts. The problem was not a programming error in the AGC, nor was it pilot error.
It was a peripheral hardware design bug that had already been known and documented by Apollo 5 engineers. These phantom movements generated the rapid series of cycle steals. The AGC used in the first phase of the program was replaced with another machine in the second phase, and research done on the program led to the development of fly-by-wire systems for the Space Shuttle.
The AGC also led, albeit indirectly, to the development of fly-by-wire systems for the generation of fighters that were being developed at the time.
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