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Transformational Approaches to Systolic Design by G.M. Megson
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Feb 04, 10

bookshelves: pimpin-aint-easy-but-computers-are, outofprint-butnotoutofmind, covers-are-for-proles
Read in February, 2010 — I own a copy

update: I'm not really sure what this book was about. I definitely didn't learn too much from it, but enjoyed a lilting, comforting confusion throughout. Indeed, it was not unlike being back in the womb. Normally I'm made sad upon encountering something I'm just not smart enough to understand, dammit, but I for some reason don't feel that way. So it goes.
$14.99 including shipping, now that's what I'm talking about. In case you haven't been able to notice: yes, i recently popped a massive hard-on for systolic arrays. it's all part of my dream to build the world's premier MISD machine, lol.

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01/14/2010 page 76
25.25% "It took 75 pages of bewilderment, but I finally found a paragraph I understand. This book feels like a pack-rape."

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