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Digital Computers and Systems. Article 8. Principles of Mechanism and Structural Organization of the Computer Storage,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The article discusses the basic ideas and principles of multilevel organization of memory and methods of its dynamic distribution among several programs in the multiprogram work of a digital electronic computer. These ideas found their first application in second generation computers and attained a determining influence upon the equipment part and the operational part of a digital electronic computer in third generation computers. A short description is given of stores of various levels external stores, high speed stores, buffer stores, superhigh speed stores. Consideration is given to questions of memory protection. Author
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