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In late 1975, members of the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center embarked on the specification of a high·performance successor to the Alto personal minicomputer, in use since 1973. After four years, the resulting machine, called the Dorado, was in use within the research community at PARCo This paper begins with an overview of the design goals, architecture, and implementation of the Dorado and then provides a retrospective view and critique of the Dorado project as a whole. The major machinedoi:10.1145/800046.801663 dblp:conf/isca/Pier83 fatcat:dznfc3ulqvdgzgw6fyjhe76elq