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microprogramming

[¦mī·krō′prō‚gram·iŋ]
(computer science)
Transformation of a computer instruction into a sequence of elementary steps (microinstructions) by which the computer hardware carries out the instruction.

microprogramming

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Proceedings of the 20th Annual Workshop on Microprogramming and Microarchitecture, 183-198.
It is possible that he did not make any clear distinction in his mind between user-level programming and microprogramming. However, one would have expected to find some indication as to what operations would be avaiable to the programmer at user level.
The 1980's proved to be crucial turning point for traditional microprogramming. Without exception, modern-day RISC microprocessors are hardwired.
Further details are provided regarding architecture, performance, and microprogramming. (On the software side, Intel also has been working on a second-generation design for DVI, which will be portable across operating systems [15].
MICRO-23: 23rd Annual International Symposium and Workshop on Microprogramming and Microarchitecture, November 27-29.
Dr., Austin, TX 78759/Newsletter: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REVIEW SIGMICRO Microprogramming A forum for microprogrammers, microarchitects and microcode support software developers.
November 27-29 ** * MICRO 23: 23rd Annual Workshop on Microprogramming and Microarchitecture.
June 15 MICRO-23: 23rd Annual International symposium and Workshop on Microprogramming and Microarchitecture, November 27-29.
MICRO-23: 23rd Annual International Symposium and Workshop on Microprogramming and Microarchitecture, November 27-29, Submit five copies of full-length papers (maximum 20 double-spaced pages) or short papers (10 pages) to Chis Papachristou, MICRO-23 General Chair, Case Western Reserve University, Comp.
MICRO-23: 23rd Annual International Symposium and Workshop on Microprogramming and Microarchitecture, November 27-29, Submit 5 copies of full length papers (maximum 20 double spaced pages) or short papers (10 pages) to Chis Papachristou, MICRO-23 General Chair, Case Western Reserve University, Comp.