Thinking Machines CM-1 was Re: Pentium for Non-PC was 10 year rule blah blah blah
Hans.Franke at siemens.com
Thu Aug 31 05:37:45 CDT 2006
Am 30 Aug 2006 21:55 meinte Sean Conner:
> It was thus said that the Great Cameron Kaiser once stated:
> > > Nope. Made by Thinking Machine Inc out of Boston. The first model used
> > > a custom 1-bit CPU for each node (of which there were 65,536).
> > Awesome. Is there any documentation on the instruction set? This sounds like
> > something ripe for further study.
> _The Connection Machine_ by W. Daniel Hillis contains quite a bit of
> infomration on the machine:
> The host [...]
> -spc(I do recomend the book---it's very informative)
Oh, cool, it seams as if you got an electronic version?
Any pointers to that available?
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