Dynamic Architecture and LSI Modular Computer Systems

@article{Tabak1984DynamicAA,
  title={Dynamic Architecture and LSI Modular Computer Systems},
  author={Daniel Tabak},
  journal={IEEE Micro},
  year={1984},
  volume={4},
  pages={48-66}
}
* The emergence of microprocessors and microcomputers. Originally conceived as cost-effective tools for the mechanization of very small and simple jobs, they are now rapidly expanding their areas of application by already having replaced minicomputers, by competing with mainframes, and by moving into sacred areas previously reserved for supercomputers. The latter is being accomplished by the incorporation of research concepts in microcomputer chips. * The emergence of supercomputers. Machines… CONTINUE READING

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