"FLOWWARE is an interactive, graphical language to aid in the understanding and design of digital networks. The language is based upon the concept of flow charting. The user specifies the register layout of the system and the sequential operation in the form of a diagram on a graphics terminal. FLOWWARE makes full use of a local minicomputer to perform editing and drawing functions, and a remote large computer to perform translation and simulation. This division of labor allows the user to build his description off-line without having the remote computer program active"--Abstract, page ii.
Tracey, James H.
Rakestraw, Roy M.
Stigall, Paul D.
Ziemer, Rodger E.
Taylor, Javin M.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
viii, 99 pages
© 1973 Wayne Everett Omohundro, All rights reserved.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
Electronic digital computers -- Design
Programming languages (Electronic computers)
Flow chart generators
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Omohundro, Wayne Everett, "FLOWWARE -- A flow charting method to describe digital systems" (1973). Doctoral Dissertations. 34.
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