The PACE TR-10 was a fully transistorized general-purpose analog computer developed by Electronic Associates in 1959. This was EAI's first and smallest transistorized analog computer. The TR-10 was also the smallest in the PACE family, capable of solving tenth-order differential equations. The TR-10 became well known for its flexibility and robustness.
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