M.S. Thesis, Report No. 197, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill., Feb. 15, 1966; 66 pages, illus., bibliography.
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Keywords: A language for describing digital computers, john a wilber, john a wilbur, simulation of defined computer, vintage computer programming, history of computing at university of illinois, ILLIAC
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Item DescriptionA computer-oriented language to describe and define a digital computer is developed. A description of a digital computer in this language may be translated by another computer into a simulator of the defined computer. Alternately, this description may be used as an input to a set of automated design procedures to specify an actual hardware configuration of the computer...' (from the introduction)
The proposed language is an extension of ALGOL 60....