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SLIM: A Language for Microcode Description and Simulation in VLSI

Hennessy, John (1981) SLIM: A Language for Microcode Description and Simulation in VLSI. In: Proceedings of the Second Caltech Conference on Very Large Scale Integration. California Institute of Technology , Pasadena, CA, pp. 253-267. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechCONF:20120508-103155488

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Abstract

SLIM (Stanford Language for Implementing Microcode) is a programming language based system for specifying and simulating microcode in a VLSI chip. The language is oriented towards PLA implementations of microcoded machines using either a microprogram counter or a finite state machine. The system supports simulation of the microcode and will drive a PLA layout program to automatically create the PLA.


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Additional Information:This research was partially supported by the Join Services Electronics Program under contract # DAAG29-79-C-0047 and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency under contract # NDA903-79-C-0680.
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