TRON project 1989: open-architecture computer systems : proceedings of the Sixth TRON Project Symposium

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Ken Sakamura
Springer-Verlag, 1989 - Computers - 324 pages
The TRON Project aims to develop a revolutionary new computer architecture and to establish a vision for the computerized society of the future, when the number of computers in use will outnumber that at present by 100 000 times. The TRON Project is managed by a nonprofit core group, the TRON Association, which monitors specification and validation activities as well as publicity. The proceedings of the Sixth TRON Symposium presented here cover all aspects of the TRON Project. Through fundamental studies, the project is advancing toward the development of TRON computers, which will be applied to the TRON house, the super-intelligent building (TRON building), and then, in the near future, the TRON city. This volume presents the latest achievements of the TRON Project.

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