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The organization of some solid-state stores

The organization of some solid-state stores

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A basic solid-state storage array is proposed which is capable of fast read- and write-times. special cases of this array are developed, one of which is analogous to a disk store and the other to a toroid on which the data paths can be either circular or helical. this represents a new concept: that of a cellular array without boundary cells. the characteristics of these stores and those of other conventional forms of storage are compared.

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