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IEEE Computer Volume 15 Number 12 -- THE BOOKSHELF Disclosure Number: IPCOM000131573D
Original Publication Date: 1982-Dec-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Nov-11
Document File: 3 page(s) / 17K

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Software Patent Institute

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THE BOOKSHELF Just out. . .

455: Proceedings -- Second Symposium on Small Computers in the Arts, October 15-11, 1982 -- 119 pp.

With new, sophisticated ICs for specific sound and graphics functions driving the costs of personal computers down and their capabilities up, more and more ways are being found to apply small computers in the creative arts. The papers in these proceedings both demonstrate and propose how computers can be used in dance, video, weaving, music composition and synthesis, laser shows, interactive sculpture, videotex, animation, and painting.

Nonmembers -- $24.00 Members -- $ 12.00

433: Proceedings -- Seventh Conference on Local Computer Networks, October 11-13, 1982 -- 119 pp.

Sponsored by the University of Minnesota Computer Center, the IEEE-CS Technical Committee on Computer Communications, and the Twin Cities IEEE Section, the conference featured panel sessions, tutorials, and paper presentations on all aspects of local computer networking. Included in the proceedings are papers from sessions addressing implementation strategies, modeling and performance, and protocol and system concepts.

Nonmembers -- $24.00 Members -- $ 12.00

432: Proceedings -- Workshop on Automotive Applications of Microprocessors, October 7-8, 1982 -- 135 pp.

The purpose of this workshop, sponsored by the IEEE Industrial Electronics and Computer Societies, was to bring together researchers for the exchange of information, ideas, and observations and to document representative technology. These proceedings contain tutorials on microprocessor use in electronic engine control and microcomputer applications in automotive electronics as well as session papers on engine

and drive train control, automotive accessories, and test, service, and diagnostics.

Nonmembers -- $30.00 Members -- $ 15.00

430: Proceedings -- 15th Annual Workshop on Microprogramming, October 5-7, 1982 -- 201 PP.

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IEEE Computer Volume 15 Number 12 -- THE BOOKSHELF

Over the years, microprogramming has developed new relationships with regard to hardware and software. Microprogramming is being used, for example, to reduce the complexity of VLSI design, to migrate function into intelligent components in fifth-generation computer systems, and to speed up systems by the use of horizontal microcode in parallel computing. These trends and others are reflected in the papers that make up the Micro- 15 proceedings. Topics include microprogrammed architectures, microprog...