A list of emulators written in the JavaScript programming language
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Date:   Mon, 24 Sep 2018 17:20:18 +0100

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -171,6 +171,7 @@ Lastly, if you are into JavaScript, you might enjoy [Echo JS](http://www.echojs. ## Early machines - [Babbage's Difference Engine](http://ed-thelen.org/bab/bab-diff-JavaScript.html) (First funded 1823, first full build in 1855, first full rebuild in 1991) +- [Babbage's Analytical Engine](https://www.fourmilab.ch/babbage/aem/) in JavaScript, by John Walker. (First described 1837, never completed, not yet rebuilt.) ([Documentation](https://www.fourmilab.ch/babbage/emulator.html)) - [Turing machine](http://rendell-attic.org/gol/TMapplet/index.htm) simulated in JavaScript. See [here](http://rendell-attic.org/gol/utm/) for more information. (1936) - [Z1 machine's adder in 3D](http://zuse-z1.zib.de/simulations/z1/adders/wgl/) JavaScript/WebGL interactive simulation of the mechanical adder of Zuse's first machine. By Jakob Mischek ([Source](https://github.com/daign/zuse-z1.js)) (1938) - [Z3 machine's adder](http://gymoberwil.educanet2.ch/a.hu/projektarbeit/zuse/addition/addition.htm) - ripple-carry electromechanical adder simulated in JavaScript, by Henry Raymond, Patrick Seewald and Vijeinath Tissaveerasingham. [Explanation](http://gymoberwil.educanet2.ch/a.hu/projektarbeit/zuse/simu.htm) (1941)