"Cramming More Components Onto Integrated Circuits" is an article written by Gordon E. Moore in 1965. In this article, Moore observed that the number of components on integrated circuits was doubling approximately every year. This observation later became known as "Moore's Law," which predicted the rapid advancement and increased performance of computer technology. So, the article is about the prediction of the increasing number of components on integrated circuits over time.
Gordon E. Moore did not file the document "Cramming More Components onto Integrated Circuits" himself. The document was an article written by Moore and published in Electronics magazine in 1965.
Q: Who wrote the document 'Cramming More Components Onto Integrated Circuits'?
A: Gordon E. Moore
Q: What is the main topic of the document?
A: Cramming more components onto integrated circuits
Q: What is an integrated circuit?
A: A small electronic device made from a semiconductor material that contains many transistors and other electrical components
Q: What does 'cramming more components' refer to?
A: Increasing the number of components that can be placed on an integrated circuit
Q: Who is Gordon E. Moore?
A: An American engineer and co-founder of Intel Corporation