BUGS SIMALE principles of operation, 1975

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BUGS SIMALE principles of operation, 1975
Date Created
1975
Abstract
Scan of "SIMALE Principles of Operation," the technical description of the SIMALE parallel processor. The Super-Integral Microprogrammable Arithmetic and Logic Expediter was the parallel processing component of BUGS, the Brown University Graphics System. Its purpose was to expedite the matrix operations required to render graphical objects. The SIMALE was designed and built by Harold Webber. BUGS was a project of Prof Andy van Dam and his students. (Compare with the 1971 version.)
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Faculty Member: Andries van Dam
Research Area: Graphics and Visualization
Building: 180 George Street

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"BUGS SIMALE principles of operation, 1975" (1975). Brown CS Digital Archive. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:1078270/

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