Instruction Set Processor Specifications. Operational hardware specification language. Successor to ISPL.
["Instruction Set Processor Specifications", M.R. Barbacci et al, IEEE Trans Computers, C-30(1):24-80 (Jan 1981)].
[Bell, Newell, Siewiorek, Barbacci 1982?]
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