By Virginia Williamson
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The operator stack 52 is now empty; the Bauer-5amelson algorithm has finished; and the answer, namely 22, is on the operand stack 51. ) This is the basic Bauer-5amelson algorithm. It may now be modified and extended in a number of ways. Let us first consider parentheses. A left parenthesis is treated as an operator. It is always placed directly on the operator stack without making the precedence test; that is, it is treated as if it had the highest precedence. Once it is on the operator stack, however, it is treated as if it had the lowest precedence; that is, any other operator is placed directly above it on the stack, or, to put it another way, the precedence test always succeeds if there is a left parenthesis at the top of the operator stack.
What we want to do is to perform the · mul tipl ications first, namely 2 times 5 is 10 and 3 times 4 is 12, and then add together the resulting values, 10 and 12. Since we perform the multiplications before the addition, we say that multiplication (as an operator) has higher precedence than addition. The numbers which we have assigned to the operators reflect this fact; that is, 2 (the precedence of multiplication) is higher than 1 (the precedence of addition). We shall now describe the basic operations of the Bauer-Samelson algorithm.
As mentioned previously, 34 the frequency characteristics of TTL logic circuits changing state - VHF components in the 100 MHz range - are what tend to dominate the transmission line properties of long wires carrying TTL signals. Using the usu al radio formula, 'A = 300/f ('A in meters, f in MHz) gives wavelengths for the high frequency components of a TTL state transition which are in the vicinity of three meters at 100 MHz. Thu s cables with lengths of one or two meters should exhibit many of the properties of transm ission Iines when they carry standard TTL signals.
Byte - February 1976 by Virginia Williamson