In computer architecture, 36-bit integers, memory addresses, or other data units are those that are 36 bits (six six-bit characters) wide. Also, 36-bit central processing unit (CPU) and arithmetic logic unit (ALU) architectures are those that are based on registers, address buses, or data buses of that size.36-bit computers were popular in the early mainframe computer era from the 1950s through the early 1970s. Starting in the 1960s, but especially the 1970s, the introduction of 7-bit ASCII and 8-bit EBCDIC led to the move to machines using 8-bit bytes, with word sizes that were multiples of 8, notably the 32-bit IBM System/360 mainframe and Digital Equipment VAX and Data General MV series superminicomputers. By the mid-1970s the conversion was largely complete, and microprocessors quickly moved from 8-bit to 16-bit to 32-bit over a period of a decade. The number of 36-bit machines rapidly fell during this period, offered largely for backward compatibility purposes running legacy programs. (Wikipedia).

An introduction to the 16-byte by 8-bit static RAM that we're going to build for our 8-bit computer. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater Previously we built a 1-bit register: https://youtu.be/-arYx_oVIj8 Next we extended that to build an 8-bit register: https://youtu

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Computer Basics: What Is a Computer?

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Mathsplanations: 64-Bit is Mathematically Better

In this video we discuss just how much more data a 64 bit system can handle compared to a 32 bit system... and if you guessed double, you're in for a surprise Another useful dose of Maths for everyone by Dr Sarada Herke. For more in-depth videos check out my Graph Theory channel http://y

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Designing and building a 1-bit register - 8 bit register - Part 3

Before we build the 8-bit registers for our computer, let's design and build a 1-bit register. The 8-bit registers we'll actually use in our 8-bit computer will be simplified. We're going to take a big shortcut—using the 74LS173—described at the end of this video. But before we get to tha

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Computer History: IBM System/36 Minicomputer 1984 promo, office automation, business

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Having installation problems? Import problems? Live to fight another day with: http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/ No more crying when you can't find a 64-bit python installer for your favorite module!

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Logic for Programmers: Propositional Logic

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TensorFlow Tutorial #02 Convolutional Neural Network

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How To Create A Bot For Bitcoin Trading | Session 08 | #crypto | #blockchain

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In this video, we'll build the first of three 8-bit registers used in the 8-bit computer! Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater You can get all the components used in this video from any online electronic components distributor for a few dollars. See https://eater.net/

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IBM Computer History AS/400 Minicomputer Origin, Evolution, How to Upgrade PowerPC (1994-96)

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In this video, we'll use an EEPROM (28C16) to create a decimal display for an 8-bit value. The display uses multiplexing to drive four digits using a single EEPROM. As a bonus it supports both unsigned and signed (twos complement) display modes. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.

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