Master of Science
A. K. Susskind
This thesis is a design study of an associative processor. The processor is a two-dimensional word organized array of cells. Instructions and data are entered in an input register. Results ripple down the array to an output register. The design is distinguished by the absence of address decoding and response-resolution circuits. The associative processor array is meant to be driven by a small general-purpose computer.
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