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History[ edit ] The earliest computing machines had fixed programs. Some very simple computers still use this design, either for simplicity or training purposes.

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For example, a desk calculator in principle is a fixed program computer. It can do basic mathematicsbut it cannot run a word processor or games.

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Changing the program of a fixed-program machine requires rewiring, restructuring, or redesigning the machine. The earliest computers were not so much "programmed" as "designed" for a particular task. A stored-program computer includes, by design, an instruction setand can store in memory a set of instructions a program that details von neumann arquitectura computation.


A stored-program design von neumann arquitectura allows for self-modifying code. One early motivation for such a facility was the need for a program to increment or otherwise modify the address portion of instructions, which operators had to do manually in early designs.

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This became less important when index registers and indirect addressing became von neumann arquitectura features of machine architecture. Another use was to embed frequently used data in the instruction stream using immediate addressing. Self-modifying code has largely von neumann arquitectura out of favor, since it is usually hard to understand and debugas well as being inefficient under modern processor pipelining and caching schemes.

Capabilities[ edit ] On a large scale, the ability to treat instructions as data is what makes assemblerscompilerslinkersloadersand other automated programming tools possible. It makes "programs von neumann arquitectura write programs" possible.

Some high level languages such as LISP leverage the von Neumann architecture by providing an abstract, machine-independent way to manipulate executable code at runtime, or by using runtime information to tune just-in-time compilation e.

On a smaller scale, some repetitive operations such as BITBLT or pixel and vertex shaders can be accelerated on general purpose processors with just-in-time compilation techniques. This is one use of self-modifying code that has remained popular. Development of the stored-program concept[ edit ] The mathematician Alan Turingwho had been alerted von neumann arquitectura a problem von neumann arquitectura mathematical logic by the lectures of Max Newman at the University of Cambridgewrote a paper in entitled On Computable Numbers, von neumann arquitectura an Application to the Entscheidungsproblemwhich was published in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society.

The hypothetical machine had an infinite store memory in today's terminology that contained both instructions and data. Whether he knew of Turing's paper of at that time is not clear. InKonrad Zuse also anticipated in two patent applications that machine instructions could be stored in the same storage used for data.

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This was the first time the construction of a practical stored-program machine was proposed. At that time, he and Mauchly were not aware of Turing's work.

There he joined into the ongoing discussions on von neumann arquitectura design of this stored-program computer, the EDVAC. It was unfinished when his colleague Herman Goldstine circulated it with only von Neumann's name on it, to the consternation of Eckert and Mauchly.

Jack Copeland considers that it is "historically inappropriate, to refer to electronic stored-program digital computers as 'von Neumann machines'". I know that in or about or '44 von Neumann was well aware of the fundamental importance of Turing's paper von neumann arquitectura … Von Neumann introduced me to that paper and at his urging I studied it with care.


Many people have acclaimed von neumann arquitectura Neumann as the "father of the computer" in a modern sense of the term but I am sure that he would never have made that mistake himself.

He might well be called the midwife, perhaps, but he firmly emphasized to me, and to others I am sure, that the von neumann arquitectura conception is owing to Turing— in so far as not anticipated by Babbage… Both Turing and von Neumann, of course, also made substantial contributions to the "reduction to practice" of these concepts but I would not regard these as comparable in importance with the introduction and explication of the concept of a computer able to store in its memory its program of activities and of modifying that program in the course of these activities.


It described in engineering and programming detail, his idea of a machine he called the Automatic Computing Engine ACE. Although Turing knew from his wartime experience at Bletchley Park that what he proposed was feasible, the secrecy surrounding Colossusthat was subsequently maintained for several decades, prevented him von neumann arquitectura saying so.

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Various successful implementations of the ACE design were produced. Both von Neumann's and Turing's papers von neumann arquitectura stored-program computers, but von Neumann's earlier paper achieved greater circulation and the computer architecture it outlined became known as the "von Neumann architecture".

In the publication Faster than Thought:

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