I. M. Shehabat

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of the combined addressing because of the large number of unconditional transfers that must be entered to insure the correct function of the automaton [4, 5, 7, 8]. The present method is based on dividing the MI into subsets to minimize the MI numbers. The Combined Microinstructions (CMI) are used in MicroProgram Memory (MPM). The control words can be(More)
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