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The minicomputers created in 1965 with integrated circuits led to three evolutionary paths characterizing a computer class’s trajectories plotted logarithmically by price (in $1,000s not adjusted for inflation) over time: declining price, which allows the formation of a new computer class (Bell’s Law); continued development of integrated circuitry at constant price that allows more performance (Moore’s Law); and performance and functional improvements that address new uses and potentially conflict with higher priced systems.

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