Sholl : Direct Transition Memory Output I Control Signals Comb

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This paper investigates a potential application of microprogrammable memories to the problem of sequential network synthesis and computer design. It is shown that by allowing a controllable amount of memory redundance, a microprogrammed emulation of a state table can be organized such that decision branches in the microprogram are achieved in an immediate… (More)

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@inproceedings{Sholl2006ShollD, title={Sholl : Direct Transition Memory Output I Control Signals Comb}, author={Howard A. Sholl}, year={2006} }