Mishell J. Stucki

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This paper describes a set of macromodular building blocks such as registers, adders, memories, control devices, etc., from which it is possible for the electronically-naive to construct arbitrarily large and complex computers that work. Machines are assembled by plugging the modules into cells of a special frame which provides for communication between(More)
The macromodules being developed at Washington University are logical building blocks which can be inserted into a special frame and inter-connected by standardized cables to form digital computing systems of any desired complexity. The logical design of these modules is fraught with many problems, some of which yield easily to standard design techniques(More)
This paper discusses problems encountered with control networks in highly restructurable digital systems. In particular the treatment of implementation errors is covered with emphasis on concurrent processing. The implementation of concurrent processing networks may result in errors which will be quite complex to detect and systematic methods are warranted.(More)
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