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 Andreas Bechtolsheim

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Publication years1978-1980
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July 1980 SIGGRAPH '80: Proceedings of the 7th annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques
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A frame buffer architecture is presented that reduces the overhead of frame buffer updating by three means. First, the bit-map memory is (x,y) addressable, whereby a string of pixels can be accessed in parallel. Second, the pixel-change operation is performed by hardware in a single read-modify-write cycle. Third, multiple objects ...
Keywords: Frame buffer, Functional memory, Raster-scan graphics, Raster operation, Bit-map
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July 1980  ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics: Volume 14 Issue 3, July 1980

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June 1978 DAC '78: Proceedings of the 15th Design Automation Conference
Publisher: IEEE Press
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In structured design a design is expressed in high-level components, which are defined in terms of lower-level components. Structured design combines design information of all levels in one consistent data structure. It promotes a top down design and a bottom-up implementation. High-level components are partitioned into more and more detailed ...



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