"Graph theory is applicable to the solving of problems in nearly every field of scientific study. The purpose of this thesis is to consider its applications in representing and analyzing digital computers. Fundamental graph theory definitions, the types and the properties of the directed graphs, the matrix representation, and several reduction techniques are discussed. The blocking gate method for diagnosing computer systems is described and applied to the Scientific Control Corporation (SCC) 650 for its fault-diagnosis.
Microprogramming has been a significant trend in hardware and software designs of computers. Microprogrammed computers are discussed in comparison to conventional computers. A general scheme utilizing four nodes generates directed graphs for both types of architecture. The directed graphs are studied with respect to the flexibility and cost parameters"--Abstract, page ii.
Stigall, Paul D.
Taylor, Javin M.
Rakestraw, Roy M.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
x, 78 pages
© 1974 Ömür Taşar, All rights reserved.
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Taşar, Ömür, "Graph model analysis of computer structures" (1974). Masters Theses. 3430.