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What is Moore's Law?

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Сложность интегральных микросхем удваивается за кажды два года при той же цене.. . производительность нового $500-компьютера будет в два раза больше, чем у $500 компьютера купленного два года назад.
Moore's observation, now known as Moore's Law, described a trend which has continued and is still remarkably accurate. It is the basis for many planners' performance forecasts. In 25 years, as Moore's Law predicted, the number of transistors on a chip has increased more than 2,300 times, from 2,300 on the 4004 in 1971 to 5.5 million on the Pentium® Pro processor.
Moore's Law is the empirical observation that the complexity of integrated circuits, with respect to minimum component cost, doubles every 24 months[1]. It is attributed to Gordon E. Moore[2], a co-founder of Intel. If Moore's Law were applicable to the airline industry, a flight from New York to Paris in 1978 that cost $900 and took seven hours, would now cost about $0.01 and take less than one second.
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