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Current m i c r o p r o g r a m m i n g languages appear difficult to use outside the development laboratories. The increasing user interest demands other forms of microprogramming. A notation resembling the familiar statements of higher-level programming languages might prove especially useful in this situation. Ways and means ~or providing such a… (More)
In the low-to-medium performance range of computer systems, the designer is faced with ever increasing input/output requirements which cannot be accommodated in the traditional way. In the past as well in present day computers of sufficient internal performance the input/output part and the instruction execution part of a central processing unit are… (More)
Despite high degrees of sophistication, present microprogramming languages still appear difficult to use outside the hardware-oriented development laboratories. An ever increasing user interest demands - and justifies - other forms of micro-programming.