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packed vs unpacked microinstructions

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The degree of packing relates to the degree of identification between a given control task and specific microinstruction bits. As the bits become more packed, a given number of bits contains more information. An unpacked microinstruction has no coding beyond assignment of individual functions to individual bits.
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