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  • Guide to VHDL. Over the course of his career, Mazor has also published fifty articles. Currently, Mazor is the Training Director of BEA Systems. Along
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  • File:Mazor.jpg
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  • File:Mazor-OPCvsNoOPC2012.JPG
    Stanley Mazor's graphic demonstrating the difference between Optical Pattern Correction (OPC) and no OPC on a mask in photolithographic imaging.
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  • Submitted by Stanley Mazor (originally written 13 December 2011) In 1970 Intel developed a proprietary coding scheme for customers to transmit their
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  • Stanley Mazor, a new Intel employee who wrote the software for the chip. Just an 1/8 inch wide and 1/6 inch long, the chip Hoff, Faggin, and Mazor unveiled
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  • make in 1969. Intel engineers Marcian “Ted” Hoff, Federico Faggin, and Stan Mazor, drew up the plans for a powerful new chip that they would eventually name
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  • Submitted by Stanley Mazor (originally written May 2012) I've been looking at a bicycle in a shop since January, but the $1,000. price seems too high
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  • Submitted by Stanley Mazor (originally written May 2012) Recently it's been suggested that Target stores may drop carrying the popular Kindle computer/reader
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  • Submitted by Stan Mazor (originally written 25 February 2016) In 1965 Gordon Moore (then at Fairchild) predicted a bright future for IC (integrated
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  • manufacturer Busicom. Faggin, along with colleagues Ted Hoff and Stanley Mazor, envisioned a single chip that could perform functions that had been performed
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  • creature that, with the aid of a small computer, could find its way through a maze to a brass cheese. Outside were a host of mechanical devices, gadgets and
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    its Microcomputer Development System, the Intellec® MDS®. Courtesy Stanley Mazor.
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  • Without Stan Mazor, we would not have been able to reach that four-bit idea so quickly. When I explained something related to software to Stan Mazor, he interpreted
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  • computer. I chose to build “Michael, the Maze Mastering Mouse” that would control an electrical device to navigate a maze of partitions to find a pathway to
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  • to simplifications that made the first microprocessor possible. Stanley Mazor Winter 2009, pp. 29-38 Moore's Law, Microcomputers, and Me In 1960--ten
    16 KB (2,157 words) - 09:04, 13 January 2015
  • BPNF, and its usage and Mazor's involvement is explained here. Why didn't Intel invent the Personal Computer?, by Stanley Mazor - A brief discussion of
    83 KB (10,038 words) - 19:10, 25 June 2020
  • Meanwhile, outside the US, others had similar ideas. In Romania, Colonel Delamare Maze carried out experiments with a gun perforator for the Astra Română and Steaua
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  • Technion was a guy named Moshe Shoham who has actually started a company called Mazor Robotics. But Nabil I hired as a postdoc actually to do some things that
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