IBM 36-bit computers
- 701 (also known as the Defense Calculator)
- 7094 II
With the exception of the 701, these "Scientific"
computers all had very similar architectures.
- SOS (Share Operating System) for the 709, by the IBM SHARE User's Group
- FMS (FORTRAN Montior System) for the 709, by North American Aviation
- IBSYS.IBJOB for the 709x (manual C28-6248, IBM Corp., 1963)
- IBSYS/IBJOB fro the 704x, similar (but far from identical to) IBSYS/IBJOB for the 709x
- Input Output Ssystem for the 704, by General Motors and North American Aviation
- IOCS (Input Output Control System) for the 7090 (part of IBSYS?)
- CTSS (Compatible Time-Sharing System), from MIT's Project MAC, ran on
- SAP (Symbolic Assembly Program) for 704 by United Aircraft
- IBMAP assembler for IBSYS/IBJOB (versions for 709x and 704x)
- FAP assembler
- FORTRAN II
- FORTRAN IV
- Commercial Translator (predecessor of COBOL)
- LISP 1.5 from MIT
- ALGOL60 for 704x IBSYS/IBJOB
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