A Particular, Dynamically Microprogrammed Computer (Proposed by Tucker and Flynn in Commun. of ACM, April 1971) is Considered with Respect to Main Memory and Micro-Memory Utilization. a Dependency is Shown between Memory Utilization and Utilization of the Arithmetic and Logic Unit.
P. D. Stigall, "Memory Utilization for a Dynamically Microprogrammed Computer," Proceedings of the Annual International Symposium on Microarchitecture, MICRO, pp. 80 - 82, Association for Computing Machinery, Sep 1973.
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24 Sep 1973
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