• Wolfgang K. Giloi
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Rechnerarchitektur ist eine Übersetzung des englischen Begriffs computer architecture. Architecture bedeutet im Englischen Baukunst oder Baustil; aber auch das einzelne Produkt der Baukunst wird als architecture bezeichnet Die letztgenannte Bedeutung hat das deutsche Wort Architektur nicht. Wenn wir von Rechnerarchitektur sprechen, meinen wir den Bedeutungsinhalt des englischen Begriffs computer architecture.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wolfgang K. Giloi
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  1. 1.GMD und TU BerlinBerlin

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