Execution Architecture: The DELtran Experiment

@article{Flynn1983ExecutionAT,
  title={Execution Architecture: The DELtran Experiment},
  author={Michael J. Flynn and Lee W. Hoevel},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Computers},
  year={1983},
  volume={C-32},
  pages={156-175}
}
  • Michael J. Flynn, Lee W. Hoevel
  • Published in
    IEEE Transactions on…
    1983
  • Computer Science
  • Execution architectures include Directly Executed Languages, or DEL's, which are tailored to particular combinations of software and hardware technologies. In this paper, we review the general notion of DEL's, and show how they compare to traditional instruction set architectures. We focus on general techniques for synthesizing DEL's rather than performance questions per se, however. There are four aspects to this design problem: Naming: relating identifiers to objects. Formatting: associating… CONTINUE READING

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