Application of Associative Processing to Real-Time Data Management Functions.
Final technical rept. 2 Nov 71-1 Nov 72,
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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Computer System APCS, a set of data management system subfunctions, an analysis of the Air Force Tactical Air Control Center TACC as viewed from a Current Operations testbed, and a set of comparison features were developed. The APCS consists of an associative processor containing two processing units of 2048 words 256 bitsword each, linked to a sequential processor. A set of generic data management functions is described, along with data management subfunctions that may be programmed on the APCS using a relational data structure. Three TACC testbed analysis functions were programmed for the APCS and for the testbed IBM 1800, with the performance of both systems being normalized to the same basic technology. Measurements showing APCS performance subfunctions retrieval and update are presented an initial APCS performance improvement of 31 with respect to the TACC functions is shown. Modified author abstract
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