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Edison, township (1990 pop. 88,680), Middlesex co., NE N.J., inc. 1870 as Raritan Township, renamed 1954. Edison's varied manufactures include light trucks, chemicals, metal products, electrical and electronic equipment, machinery, and instruments. Raritan Center is the largest industrial park east of the Mississippi. Menlo Park, the former site of Thomas A. Edison's laboratories, now is a residential community in the township.

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Edison

Edison A programming language for designing reliable real-time programs for multiprocessor systems. Edison is block-structured and includes modules, concurrent statements, and when statements.

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Edison

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