DIY-Calculator Hardware:Acknowledgements

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Credits go to the following people:

Clive "Max" Maxfield and Alvin Brown for writing the great book How Computers Do Math and designing the Virtual DIY Calculator and the accompanying software (assembler, simulator, integrated development environment, etc.)

The team of students at Newcastle University in the UK under the tutorage of Dr Albert Koelmans for their efforts and also for making the VHDL source code of their design available (see the Physical DIY Calculator topic on the More Cool Stuff page of the DIY Calculator website).

The folks at Lattice Semiconductor for kindly donating a copy of their ispLEVER design software to this project.

Tom Anderson from Squak Valley Software for his Telemark Cross Assembler (TASM).

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