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Abstracts from the meeting are presented herein. Full proceedings will be available from ACM Headquarters in early 1974.
This paper is concerned with the hardware and architecture of microprogrammed equipment intended primarily for real time signal processing applications. Principles and structural types are discussed rather than a specific structure. There are numerous advantages to microprogrammed as contrasted...
OCEANPORT, N.J., SEPT. 25, 1973 -- A 16-bit minicomputer priced at under $2,000.00 in quantities and a 32-bit minicomputer priced at under $6,000.00 in quantities, were introduced today by Interdata, Inc.
Because of its small faculty (six professors in Computer Science), Brown does not offer a complete course in microprogramming. A substantial portion of the third semester in the Computer Science sequence is devoted to aspects of microprogramming. Microprogramming is treated as merely another...
The current literature is filled with descriptions of various microprogrammed processors and discussions of the improvements in performance that can be realized through microprogramming. Thus, Tucker and Flynn 1 describe a dynamically microprogrammed processor and give several examples of...
As the title suggests, microprogramming is a secondary topic in the general treatment of "Computer Organization" in this text. (One is reminded of the discussion at the closing session of Micro-5 about whether microprogramming is a viable subject of inquiry of itself.) I do not mean to suggest...
COMPUTER DESIGN - July 1973 - "A Compatible MOS/LSI Microprocessor Device Family" - William E. Wickes, Rockwell International Corporation, Microelectronics Division, Anaheim, California - Reprinted with permission from COMPUTER DESIGN, July 1973 issue.
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