Issue No. 01 - January (1977 vol. 10)
G.R. Johnson , Colorado State University
GEN is a set of Fortran program writer modules designed to generate microcomputer assemblers and simulators. It is simple enough to be used by those with limited architecture and programming backgrounds yet flexible and powerful enough to generate efficient and well-structured assemblers and simulators for microcomputes sophisticated tectures and instruction sets. This paper describes the generating system, the generated gPoassemblers and simulators, and the advantages they offer in both programming and pedagogical applications.
G. Johnson and R. Mueller, "Automated Generation of Cross-System Software for Microcomputers," in Computer, vol. 10, no. , pp. 23-31, 1977.