Issue No. 03 - March (1970 vol. 19)
R.W. Cook , IEEE
Dynamic microprogramnming (i. e., utilizing a READ/ WRITE microstorage) allows the structure of a computer to be altered to suit a problem at hand and results in major efficiencies (an order of magnitude) in running time for nonarithmetic programs (e. g., compilers).
Changeable control storage, microprogranuming, microstorage, performance comparisons, system organization.
M. Flynn and R. Cook, "System Design of a Dynamic Microprocessor," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 19, no. , pp. 213-222, 1970.