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MIPS is a 32-bit processor architecture that has been implemented as an nMOS VLSI chip. The instruction set architecture is RISC-based. Close coupling with compilers and efficient use of the instruction set by compiled programs were goals of the architecture. The MIPS architecture requires that...
We describe a new communication model for distributed systems that combines the advantages of remote procedure call with the efficient transfer of bulk data. Three ideas form the basis of this model. First, remote procedures are first-class values which can be freely exchanged among nodes, thus...
This paper introduces and develops the concept of tolerable sets for analyzing general security requirements. Tolerable sets, and corresponding purging functions and invisibility based on the sets, are used to state and test such requirements. The approach used in this paper resulted from our...
The Intel 432 is noteworthy as an architecture incorporating a large amount of functionality that most other systems perform by software. It has, in effect, “migrated” this functionality from the software into the microcode and hardware. The benefits of functional migration have recently been...
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