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Hehner, E.C.R. ; University of Toronto

Matching the instructions and their representations to the distributions of usage can save 75% of the space taken by contemporary machine representations. The gain in space may be accompanied by a reduction in execution time due to more efficient use of data paths. Variable-length codes can also eliminate all forms of overflow from machine-language, and greatly reduce the probability of overflow in data.

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Computer  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 8 )