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The TRON project and development of a TRON-spec 32-bit microprocessor

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3 Author(s)
K. Sakamura ; Tokyo Univ./TRON Association ; K. Kimbara ; Y. Tominaga

All of us are well aware of the remarkably rapid pace of progress being made in semiconductor technology. This progress is spreading far and wide, high and low. As part of it. we're seeing -- if not building -- ever-smaller VLSl microprocessors that offer continually higher levels of performance. And these microprocessors are spreading in use and utility, to where they now are used in connection with or embedded in daily items and pieces of equipment that offer performance that was previously quite inconceivable.

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VLSI Circuits, 1988. Digest of Technical Papers., 1988 Symposium on

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0-0 1988