CONTROL OF AND AUTOMATIC ALLOCATION FOR LARGE SCALE CYCLING SYSTEMS
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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A programmable method of storage allocation is presented, along with a scheme for system control, suitable for large-scale systems where something is known in advance about the sequence of program operations, and time of system operation is an important factor. Allocation is static, because dynamic allocation in systems of this type usually costs more time than it saves. The primary store is assumed to be of the continuous, random-access type, such as core memory. The SAGE and SATIN systems were used as models in developing this method.
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