Developing a tethered Forth model

  title={Developing a tethered Forth model},
  author={Harold M. Martin},
  journal={ACM Sigforth Newsletter},
  • H. M. Martin
  • Published 1 February 1991
  • Computer Science
  • ACM Sigforth Newsletter
L WHAT EXACTLY IS A TETHERED FORTH MODEL? The term "tethered Forth model" can reasonably be used to describe a Forth model designed to run in conjunction with a source processor and one or more small target processors. More specifically, one could say that the source and target processors between them are running a Forth model. The source would typically be a general purpose processor such as an IBM PC or clone, with a full complement of hard disk and peripherals, while the target(s) would be a… 
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