Issue No. 02 - March/April (1971 vol. 4)
D.L. House , Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.
The effect of semiconductor memories on minicomputer organization is Just beginning to be felt. The high speeds and projected low cost of semiconductor memories will make them exceptionally attractive to the field of minicomputers but they may have an unexpected effect on the organization of the machines.
R. Henzel and D. House, "Semiconductor Memories and Minicomputers," in Computer, vol. 4, no. , pp. 23-29, 1971.