MIT Lincoln Laboratory TX-2 computer, used by Ben Gold and Charles Rader to perform numerical simulations of the performance of analog filters.  The photograph shows Don Ellis removing one bit-plane from the 64K-word ferrite-core memory, circa early 1960s

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