Items Referenced in The Crux

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CIA Directorate of Intelligence, “Warsaw Pact War Plan for Central Region of Europe,” 18 June 1968.

CIA “Sensitive New Information on Soviet War Planning and Warsaw Pact Force Strengths, 8 August 1973.

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. “Robert S. McNamara Oral History Interview 4/4/1964.

Reference to Allen W. Dulles’s personal notes on the Bay of Pigs.

“Assessment of Weapons and Tactics Used in the October 1973 Mideast War,” Weapons System Analysis Report 249, Department of Defense, October 1974

“Changing an Army: An Oral History of General William E. DePuy, USA Retired.”

Dean Foods Strategy, from PowerPoints.

SGB Media, “A Matter of Gravity, Petzl Turns the Vertical Environment Into Bold Opportunity.”

Lamberg, Juha-Antti, Sandra Lubinaitė, Jari Ojala, and Henrikki Tikkanen. “The Curse of Agility: The Nokia Corporation and the Loss of Market Dominance in Mobile Phones, 2003–2013.”

Vuori & Huy (2016). “Distributed Attention and Shared Emotions in the Innovation Process: How Nokia Lost the Smartphone Battle.”

The Vulkas Report on General Motors.

The Intel Exercise Reading List

Hennessy & Patterson, “A New Golden Age for Computer Architecture,” Semiconductor Engineering. “5nm Vs. 3nm,” June 24, 2019.

John Hruska, “How Intel Lost $10 Billion – and the Mobile Market,” ExtremeTech.”.

Juhn Hruska, “How Intel Lost the Mobile Market, Part 2: The Rise and Neglect of Atom,” ExtremeTech.”

“Inside Intel’s Billion-Dollar Transformation in the Age of AI.”

“Intel Engineer Talks Processor Design, Testing And Why 10nm Delay Shouldn’t Matter.”

“Moore’s Law Is Not Ending Soon and the Reason May Surprise You – High Scalability -.”

“Perfect Storm: DSAs Embrace Deep Learning for GPU-Based Computer Vision – IEEE Conference Publication.”

“Using FPGAs to Survive the Death of Moore’s Law,” Part 1, Network Computing, November 10, 2019.

“Végh: Can Parallelization Save the (Computing) World? – Google Scholar

“Why Did Intel Kill off Their Modem Program,” SemiAccurate, April 18, 2019.

“Why Intel Is in Such Horrid Condition | Tech Buzz | TechNewsWorld.” “Intel CEO Wanted. Must Love a Challenge.,” January 24, 2019. “Intel Considers the Unthinkable: Not Making Its Own Chips Anymore,” July 24, 2020.

“Possible Moves by Intel, Nvidia Could Reshape Chip Market,” July 27, 2020.

Clark, Don. “Intel’s Culture Needed Fixing. Its C.E.O. Is Shaking Things Up.” The New York Times, March 1, 2020, sec. Technology.

Deierling, Kevin. “Call Me Stupid…But as Moore’s Law Ends, All I Hear Is Tock, Tock, Tock.” Mellanox Technologies Blog (blog), July 22, 2019. “Linus Torvalds Sees Lots of Hardware Headaches Ahead,” June 25, 2019.

Dubey, Yetnesh. “CPU Comparison: X86 vs ARM — Will Intel I9 9900K Stay Atop?” Fossbytes (blog), April 22, 2019.

EEJournal. “Intel – Flourish or Flounder?,” July 29, 2020.

Esmaeilzadeh, Hadi, Emily Blem, Renée St Amant, Karthikeyan Sankaralingam, and Doug Burger. “Dark Silicon and the End of Multicore Scaling,” n.d., 12.

Felvegi, Emese, OpenStax, University of Minnesota Libraries, and Saylor Academy. “3.3 Beyond Moore’s Law.” In Foundations of Management Information Systems. UH Libraries – University of Houston, 2019.

Flamm, Kenneth. “Measuring Moore’s Law: Evidence from Price, Cost, and Quality Indexes.” Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, April 2018.

Fried, Ina. “Intel Spent More than $10 Billion to Catch up in Mobile. Then It Gave Up.” Vox, May 2, 2016.

Fuchs, Adi. “Overcoming the Limitations of Accelerator-Centric Architectures with Memoization-Driven Specialization,” n.d., 155.

Hayes, Adam. “Why AMD Is Intel’s Only Competitor.” Investopedia. ACCESSED March 29, 2020.

Hutcheson, G. Dan. “Moore’s Law, Lithography, and How Optics Drive the Semiconductor Industry.” In Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Lithography IX, edited by Nelson M. Felix and Kenneth A. Goldberg, 501. San Jose, United States: SPIE, 2018.

IEEE Spectrum: Technology, Engineering, and Science News. “Forget Moore’s Law—Chipmakers Are More Worried About Heat and Power Issues – IEEE Spectrum

Intel Newsroom. “Brian Krzanich: Our Strategy and The Future of Intel.”

Lotfi-Kamran, Pejman, and Hamid Sarbazi-Azad. “Dark Silicon and the History of Computing.” In Advances in Computers, 110:1–33. Elsevier, 2018.

Malik, Rakesh. “RedShark News – Intel Is Coming out Fighting for 2020.”

Market Realist. “Intel Revamps Its Internet of Things Strategy,” August 28, 2017.

Martin, Dylan. “Intel to Sell Industrial IoT Player Wind River To Focus On ‘Growth Opportunities.’” CRN, April 3, 2018.

“Using FPGAs to Survive the Death of Moore’s Law, Part 1,” November 10, 2019.

Pias, Marcelo, Silvia Botelho, and Paulo Drews. “Perfect Storm: DSAs Embrace Deep Learning for GPU-Based Computer Vision.” In 2019 32nd SIBGRAPI Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images Tutorials (SIBGRAPI-T), 8–21, 2019.

Rotman, David. “We’re Not Prepared for the End of Moore’s Law.” MIT Technology Review.

Semiconductor Engineering. “5nm Vs. 3nm,” June 24, 2019.

Shalf, John M., and Robert Leland. “Computing beyond Moore’s Law.” Computer 48, no. 12 (December 2015): 14–23.

Sun, Leo. “Intel’s Chip Issues Are Hurting These 3 Tech Giants.” The Motley Fool, April 8, 2019.

TechSpot. “Intel Internal Memo Highlights Competitive Challenges AMD Poses.”

VerWey, John. “The Health and Competitiveness of the U.S. Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment Industry.” SSRN Electronic Journal, 2019.

Wired. “New at Amazon: Its Own Chips for Cloud Computing.” ACCESSED March 30, 2020.

Yicai Global. “Intel CEO Says Changing Corporate Culture Is Key to Coping with New Challenges,” October 14, 2019.

Zafar, Ramish. “Apple A13 & Beyond: How Transistor Count and Costs Will Go Up.” Wccftech (blog), April 19, 2019.