C.G. Bell, A. Newell and D.P. Siewiorek: Structural Levels of the PDP-8. Revised and updated version of Chapter 5, "The DEC PDP-8," Computer Structures: Reading and Examples, C.G. Bell and A. Newell, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1971. C.G. Bell, Digital Equipment Corporation and Carnegie-Mellon University; A. Newell and D.P. Siewiorek, Carnegie-Mellon University.
C.G. Bell et al.: A New Architecture for Minicomputers - The DEC PDP-ll. Copyright © 1970 by AFIPS. Reprinted, with permission, from the Proceedings of the Spring Joint Computer Conference, 1970, pp. 657-675. C.G. Bell, Digital Equipment Corporation and Carnegie-Mellon University. Those who have contributed subject matter expertise include R. Cady, H. McFarland, B.A. Delagi, J.F. O'Loughlin, R. Noonan, and W.A. Wulf.
W.D. Strecker: Cache Memories for PDP-1 1 Family Computers. Copyright ~ 1976 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Reprinted, with permission, from the Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Symposium on Computer Architecture, 1976, pp. 155-158. W.D. Strecker, Digital Equipment Corporation.
J.V. Levy: Buses, The Skeleton of Computer Structures. J.V. Levy, Digital Equipment Corporation (currently with Tandem Computers, Inc.).
M.J. Sebern: A Minicomputer-Compatible Microcomputer System: The DEC LSI-l 1. Copyright © 1976 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Reprinted, with permission, from the Proceedings of the IEEE, June 1976, Vol. 64, No. 6. Manuscript received by IEEE on October 10, 1975; revised December 12, 1975. M.J. Sebern, Digital Equipment Corporation (currently with Sebern Engineering, Inc.).
J.C. Mudge: Design Decisions for the PDP-l 1/60 Mid-Range Minicomputer. Copyright © 1977 by the Computer Design Publishing Corp. Reprinted, with permission, from Computer Design, August 1977, pp. 87-9 5. Appears under title "Design Decisions Achieve Price/Performance Balance in Mid Range Minicomputers" in Computer Design issue. J.C. Mudge, Digital Equipment Corporation.
E.A. Snow and D.P. Siewiorek: Impact of Implementation Design Tradeoffs on Performance: The PDP-11, A Case Study. Copyright © 1978 by Edward A. Snow and Daniel P. Siewiorek. This research was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under grant GJ-32758X and by an IBM fellowship. Engineering documentation was supplied by the Digital Equipment Corporation. E.A. Snow (currently with Intel Corp.) and D.P. Siewiorek, Carnegie-Mellon University.
R.F. Brender: Turning Cousins into Sisters: An Example of Software Smoothing of Hardware Differences. R.F. Brender, Digital Equipment Corporation.