The Programmable Algorithm Machine (PAM). Part 1. Theory.
Technical document Jul 75-May 76,
NAVAL ELECTRONICS LAB CENTER SAN DIEGO CALIF
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This is Part 1 of a document which describes a Programmable Algorithm Machine PAM. The proposed architecture includes multiple processing elements, spearate instruction and operand memories, instruction pipelining, and extensibility. The PAM can be programmed in the PAM High-Level Language PHIL or in the PAM Assembly Language PAL. PHIL is an algorithmic programming language PAL is based upon postfix assignment statements. A single parameterized compilerassembler translates PHIL programs into PAL and maps PAL programs on to the PAM. A single parameterized simulation models the PAM family. Suggested applications for the PAM are described in Part 2 Applications of this document. Author
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