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Architectural developments in on-line computer systems for power stations

Architectural developments in on-line computer systems for power stations

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On-line computer systems for monitoring and controlling fossil-fuel and nuclear power stations were implemented in the 1970s. Developments in the technology of communications and chips have taken place in the 1980s, and two systems making use of such facilities are described, including current developments in prospect

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