By Robert F. Rosin, Gideon Frieder, Richard H. Eckhouse
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 15 No. 8, Pages 748-760
The development of the research project in microprogramming and emulation at State University of New York at Buffalo consisted of three phases: the evaluation of various possible machines to support this research; the decision to purchase one such machine, which appears to be superior to the others considered; and the organization and definition of goals for each group in the project. Each of these phases is reported, with emphasis placed on the early results achieved in this research.
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