S-1 supercomputer

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The S-1 was a supercomputer architecture jointly developed by Stanford University and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. The architecture was inspired by the PDP-10; among other things the word size was 36 bits.

Five generations was planned, but only two were built the Mark I, and the Mark IIA.

Common Lisp got many number crunching features from S-1 Lisp.