Three examples of the hybrid computer would be the large electronic computer system, the general purpose hybrid computer and the special purpose hybrid computer.

Hybrid computers are computer systems that contain both digital and analog devices, so that each of these properties can be utilized to the maximum advantage.

For example, an analog and a digital computer will be able to be interconnected to allow the transference of data between them. The analog component acts as the 'solver' and computes differential equations. Digital components behave like a controller and provide logical operations.

As an example, the pneumatic computers use flapper nozzles and air bellows to generate precise square root, squaring, division or multiplication functions of any input signals.

Hybrid computers are computer systems that contain both digital and analog devices, so that each of these properties can be utilized to the maximum advantage.

For example, an analog and a digital computer will be able to be interconnected to allow the transference of data between them. The analog component acts as the 'solver' and computes differential equations. Digital components behave like a controller and provide logical operations.

- Large electronic computer system

- Special purpose hybrid computer

- Special purpose hybrid computer

As an example, the pneumatic computers use flapper nozzles and air bellows to generate precise square root, squaring, division or multiplication functions of any input signals.