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Workshop report: Micro 7 highlights

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Micro 7, the Seventh Annual Workshop on Microprogramming, was held September 29-October 2 in Palo Alto under the cosponsorship of the Computer Society and the ACM Special Interest Group on Microprogramming. Workshop highlights included two tutorials — one by J. Michael Galey of IBM on microprogramming fundamentals, and another at a more advanced level by Earl Riegel of Burroughs — a special international session chaired by Heinz Trauboth of Karlsruhe, and a much-applauded overview paper, “LSI Microprocessors and Microprograms for User-Oriented Machines,” by Imsong Lee of UC Berkeley.

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Computer  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 11 )