If you find one, let me know. Interesting stuff. Reading the paper, my mind
couldn't help but think, "this is what DMAs were created for versus old I/O
with lots of interrupts." And David does talk about the "front processor"
option, which I think we've moved towards somewhat with lots of peripheral
management conducted by independent processors.
Regardless, one of those books I'd like to see published is, "RFC Classics:
Timeless RFCs on Computer and Network Design." Wouldn't necessarily limit it
to network or RFCs, but there's a lot of good stuff out there that could be
compiled together in a nice book with some editorializing, context, and
where are we now type analysis.
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