Handbook 


Here you can download the comprehensive manual for our Model1 analog computer. This handbook covers the basic operation of the computer. 


Hier kann das Handbuch zum Analog Paradigm Model1 Analogrechner heruntergeladen werden. Neben einer Beschreibung der einzelnen Rechenelemente enthält es auch eine Reihe praktischer Beispiele. 


Click on the picture to the left to download the handbook of our hybrid controller which allows coupling a digital computer with one of our analog computers to form a powerful hybrid computer. 

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This pocket book is a modern treatise on "Analog Computer Programming". It is intended to give a thorough introduction into this area. It covers the basic computing elements, Kelvin's feedback technique, time and value scaling etc. In addition to this it contains a wealth of practical programming examples ranging from simple problems such as radioactive decay to quite complex simulations like airflow over an airfoil, chaotic systems, ballistic trajectories and many more. Due to its low price and handy size it is an ideal vade mecum for everyone interested in analog computing. 

 

This modern book on "Analog Computing" gives a thorough account of the historic development of analog computing as well as their past and present applications, programming and much more. It is a treasure trove for all interested in this computing paradigm. (English) 

 

Das Buch "Analogrechner: Wunderwerke der Technik  Grundlagen, Geschichte und Anwendung" behandelt neben der historischen Entwicklung der analogen Rechentechnik typische klassische und moderne Anwendungsbereiche derartiger Rechner. Darüberhinaus enthält es neben einer Einführung in die Programmierung elektronischer Analogrechner eine Reihe praktisch ausgeführter Programmierbeispiele und vieles mehr. Inhaltlich entspricht es dem oben verlinkten Werk "Analog Computing". 

Application NotesThe following section contains links to analog computer application notes (humorously known as "alpacas" inhouse) which describe practical applications of analog computers such as the implementation of chaotic attractors etc. This section will get extended at irregular intervals so check from time to time for new publications. 


This is the first article in the series "Analog Computer Applications" by Analog Paradigm. This issue covers the socalled Rösslerattractor and its implementation on an analog computer in detail. Happy analog computing! 


This second issue of "Analog Computer Applications" deals with the wellknown Lorenz attractor. Happy analog computing! 


This third issue of "Analog Computer Applications" describes the basics and implementation of a socalled Chuaoscillator. 


The fourth issue of "Analog Computer Applications" deals with conformal mappings and the simulation of airflow around cylinders and Joukowsky airfoils. 


The fifth issue of "Analog Computer Applications" describes a highspeed simulation of a bouncing ball. 


"Zombie Apocalypse Now"  simulate a world infested by zombies with an analog computer. 


Simulation of a damped pendulum with an external forcing function yielding chaotic behavior. 


Nonlinear chaos based on an absolute value function. 


Computation of a ballistic trajectory with velocity dependent drag. 


Application note #10 deals with Mathieu's differential equation. 


Application note #11 describes the implementation of a classic threebody problem on an analog computer. The trajectory of a satellite with infinitesimal mass crisscrossing between two fixed suns is computed. 


Application note #12 deals with the simulation of the path of a charged particle within a magnetic field. 


Application note #13 describes the optimization of the muzzle velocity of a shell using a prototype hybrid computer. 


Application note #14 shows the simulation of Rutherford scattering, i.e. the scattering of Alphaparticles on the nuclei of a very thin gold foil. 


Application note #15 deals with two "elegant chaotic" systems. 


Application note #16 implements another, not too wellknown chaotic attractor introduced be Edward N. Lorenz. 


Application note #17  the Aizawa attractor, an exceptionally beautiful chaotic structure. 


Application note #18  a simple joystick adapter for analog computers. 


Application note #19  a simple spacecraft simulation. 


Application note #20  simulating an (inverted) pendulum mounted on a moving cart. 


Application note #21  simulating double pendulum. 


Application note #22  solving the onedimensional Schrödinger equation for a nonrelativistic particle. 