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ISP: A Notation to Describe A Computer's Instruction Sets

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The ISP (for Instruction Set Processor) notation was developed for a text [Bell& Newell, 1971] to precisely describe the programming level of a computer in terms of its Memory, Instruction Format, Data Types, Data Operations, Interpreting a Specific Instruction Set.

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Computer  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 3 )