Computer Technology: Logic, Memory, and Microprocessors: A Bibliography
During the past decade, dramatic advances have been made in computer technology. These advances are primarily as a result of the tremendous progress in semiconductor technology, paced by planar processing and LSI. Great strides have also been made in mass storage media, such as: magnetic recording, bubble domains, charge-coupled devices, beam-addressed storage, and optical storage. The mini- and microcomputer revolution has led to a major broadening of the computer industry's horizons and applications. Many writers have speculated on further progress in the coming years; other have discussed the ultimate limits to further progress in integrated electronic circuits towards higher complexity, smaller size, and improved performance. This book is a comprehensive bibliography of world literature in computer technology. It is compiled to assist the workers in the field to compare their work with that done by others. The book is divided into four chapters designated A, B, C, and D. These chapters contain the literature on logic, random-accessed memories, serial and block-oriented memories (mass storage), and microprocessors/ microcomputers, respectively. Every chapter cites a number of books and review articles; the review articles are selected to lead the reader to the topic of that chapter. For easy access to the needed references, each chapter is divided into many sections and subsections (see Contents). A comprehensive subject index is also given to assure easy access to the needed data. The literature on the fabri cation technology and properties of semiconducting devices is the subject of a previous book (Al) by the author.
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