Multiprogramming for hybrid computation

@inproceedings{Fineberg1967MultiprogrammingFH,
  title={Multiprogramming for hybrid computation},
  author={Mark S. Fineberg and Omri Serlin},
  booktitle={AFIPS Fall Joint Computing Conference},
  year={1967}
}
A significant recent development in hybrid computation is the increasing use of multiprogramming techniques and multiprocessing hardware. To some extent this trend is motivated by the development of multi-user systems in the pure digital field. However, the primary justification for hybrid multiprogramming is economic. It is possible to show that, by sharing a large, powerful central facility, the cost-per-computation can be reduced by almost an order of magnitude, as compared with the… CONTINUE READING

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