Direct-execution computer architecture

@inproceedings{Chu1977DirectexecutionCA,
  title={Direct-execution computer architecture},
  author={Y. Chu},
  booktitle={CARN},
  year={1977}
}
  • Y. Chu
  • Published in CARN 1977
  • Computer Science
The Direct-Execution Architecture is a language-directed computer architecture. It can accept a highlevel-language program and directly executes it without compilation, assembly, linkage editing or loading. It offers a means to eliminate compilers, loaders etc. and attacks the problem of mounting software cost. In addition, the advent of microprocessors has demonstrated that highly complex digital hardware can be built reliably and inexpensively. Using this hardware to implement the Direct… Expand
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