8/S Replica

Vincent Slyngstad v.slyngstad at verizon.net
Fri Feb 29 11:31:20 CST 2008

From: "Chuck Guzis":
> It seems to me that using MRAM or FRAM would keep the spirit of the 
> idea alive, being magnetic memory and all. 'course, it doesn't need 
> to be refreshed after a read...

Agreed, though iti is intrinsic in all the transistor and TTL PDP-8 
designs to always write after read.  So you'd have to either let the 
writes through, or suppress them within the replacement memory 
subsystem itself.


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