Reinhold Güth

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“Fifth generation computers” are expected to capitalize on the dramatic progress of VLSI technology, in order to offer an improved performance/cost figure. An even more important requirement, however, is that they will support by architectural means the generation, execution, and maintenance of “quality software,” as a way out of the “software crisis.” One(More)
Microprogramming has become the means of implementing the machine language instructions of a conventional computer. In the future, the vertical migration of functions from the software levels of a system to the microprogramming level may become equally important. The vertical migration of functions of a computer is undertaken to realize architectures having(More)
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