- Country: us
- Began: 1971
- Published: 1982
Instruction Set Processor. A family of languages for describing the instruction sets of computers.
Noguez, Gérard L.M. "Design of a microprogramming language" 6th International Symposium on Microarchitecture College Park, Maryland, United States 1973 pp145-155
Charles Hayden, Peter W. Alfvin, Stephen D. Crocker "Multi-Microprocessor Emulation: Annual Report for 1977" SR-78-12
Abstract: The goal of the Multi-Microprocessor Emulation (MMPE) project is to develop modeling and emulation techniques for assemblies of microprocessors. An extension to an existing computer description language (ISPS) is proposed for representing the architecture of multi-microprocessor systems, and the results of some preliminary studies on the design of an emulation facility are described. This effort will eventually lead to a high-speed emulation facility based on the QPRIM system. The emulation facility is one component of the SAEF under development at RADC.
"Computer Structures: Readings and Examples", D.P. Siewiorek et al, McGraw-Hill 1982. view details