Issue No. 06 - June (1981 vol. 30)
T. Baba , Department of Information Science, Utsunomiya University
A machine-independent high-level microprogramming language, called MPGL, has been developed along with its processing system, called MPG. The MPGL allows the microprogrammer to write microprograms sequentially in a machine-independent fashion. The MPG provides the facility for translating these microprograms into efficient object code, as well as debugging object microprograms.
simulation, Compilation, high-level microprogramming language, machine independence, microinstruction composition, optimization, sequencing and addressing
H. Hagiwara and T. Baba, "The MPG System: A Machine-Independent Efficient Microprogram Generator," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 30, no. , pp. 373-395, 1981.