The predecessor of Mercury Autocode.
[“The Programming Strategy Used with the Manchester University Mark I Computer”, R.A. Brooker, Proc IEE 103B Suppl:151-157, 1956].
- Manchester encoding
communications, protocol A method of transmitting bits which enables the receiver to easily synchronise with the sender. A simple way of signalling bits might be to transmit a high voltage for some period for a 1-bit and a low voltage for a 0 bit: Bits Sent: 1 1 0 0 Signal: High ___________ Low |___________ […]
- Manchester operation
Manchester operation Man·ches·ter operation (mān’chěs’tər, -chĭ-stər) n. A vaginal operation for prolapsed uterus consisting of cervical amputation and parametrial fixation of the cervical ligamentser of the uterus. Also called Fothergill’s operation.
noun 1. a school of economists in England in the first half of the 19th century, devoted to free trade and the repeal of the Corn Law, led by Richard Cobden and John Bright.
noun 1. one of a breed of slender terriers having a short, glossy, black-and-tan coat, raised originally in Manchester, England. noun 1. a small breed of terrier with a glossy black-and-tan coat Also called (less commonly) black-and-tan terrier