Terminal Oriented Real Time Operating System

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(TORTOS) An operating system developed from MVT at Health Sciences Computing, UCLA by Dr. Patrica Britt from the late 1960s to the mid 1970s.

Dr. Britt was a senior scientist at IBM, who become the Assistant Director of HSCF.

TORTOS pre-dated TSO and provided batch, real-time and time sharing on an IBM 360/91.

Last updated: 2004-07-02

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