Issue No. 08 - August (1969 vol. 18)
W.H. Kautz , IEEE
As a direct consequence of large-scale integration, many advantages in the design, fabrication, testing, and use of digital circuitry can be achieved if the circuits can be arranged in a two-dimensional iterative, or cellular, array of identical elementary networks, or cells. When a small amount of storage is included in each cell, the same array may be regarded either as a logically enhanced memory array, or as a logic array whose elementary gates and connections can be "programmed" to realize a desired logical behavior.
Cellular logic, large-scale integration, logic arrays logic in memory, push-down memory, sorting, switching functions.
W. Kautz, "Cellular Logic-in-Memory Arrays," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 18, no. , pp. 719-727, 1969.