Concepts of high-level-language computer architecture

@inproceedings{Chu1975ConceptsOH,
  title={Concepts of high-level-language computer architecture},
  author={Y. Chu},
  booktitle={SIGM},
  year={1975}
}
  • Y. Chu
  • Published in SIGM 1975
  • Computer Science
High-level-language (HLL) computer architecture refers to those architecture which can accept one or more high-level languages (such as Fortran, Alogl, Snobol, etc.). This paper classifies the HLL computer architecture into four types (von Neumann architecture, syntax-oriented architecture, indirect execution architecture, and direct execution architecture) based on the criterion of proximity in lexicality, syntax and semantics between the high-level language and the machine language. It then… Expand
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