The Ceres Workstation, as a follow-up project to the Lilith, was a machine based on bit-slice technology and the programming language Modula-2 that Niklaus Wirth's group started around 1985 as another workstation project based on the NS320xx CPU by National Semiconductor. Its operating system was completely written in Oberon and is an early example of an object oriented operating system.
- ETH Computer Science History
- Ceres-1 and Ceres-3 at the Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California, USA (see also its publications, especially pages 6 & 7 of Core 3.1)
- Hardware Description of the Workstation Ceres ETH Technical Report 70
- Hardware Description of the Workstation Ceres-3 ETH Technical Report 168
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