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View larger. Alternative formats. Acquaints the reader with advanced concepts and implementations in the dramatically changing world of computer architectures. The most significant architecture classes are presented, among others superscalar, multithreaded, shared memory and distributed memory MIMDs as well as neural architectures. For each architecture class the design spaces are explored, and the evolutiuon of concepts and design issues is exposed.
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Description Acquaints the reader with advanced concepts and implementations in the dramatically changing world of computer architectures. Explores design spaces for each architecture class and exposes evolution of concepts and design issues.
Provides an up-to-date overview of significant architecture classes, including unique in-depth coverage of superscalar architectures as well as multithreaded, shared and distributed memory MIMDs, and associative and neural architectures. Identifies which concepts and design choices have been made use of in important processors and illustrates significant trends and surpassed and viable concepts. Case studies and tables show microarchitectural details of relevant processors, including the PentiumPro, PowerPC , PowerPC and R, allowing comparisons between them.
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Advanced computer architectures - a design space approach
Advanced Computer Architectures: A Design Space Approach