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Evolution of Microprocessor Packaging
Performance Challenges from Silicon to Systems
Future of Systems Research (Written
by John L.Hennessy)
Abstract: It's time to be
more forceful in thinking about some of the problems that we ought to
working on in the computer systems research
Next? A Dozen Information-Technology Research Goals
Reections on Computer Engineering:30 Years after the IBM System 360 Model
Issues in Microprocessor Architecture (Written by Michael J.Flynn)
evolution of microprocessor architecture depends upon the changing aspects of
technology. As die architecture tradeoffs.
While technology enables
increasingly complex processor implementations, there are physical and program
behavior limits to the usefulness of this complexity. Physical limits include
device limits as well as practical limits on power and cost. Program behavior
limits result from unpredictable events occurring during execution.
Architectures and implementations thdensity and speed increase, memory and
program behavior become increasingly important in definingat span these limits
are vital to the continued evolution of the microprocessor.
Establishes New Transistor Performance Record
Century Semiconductor Manufacturing Capabilities
more components onto integrated circuits by Gordon E.
- The National(USA) Technology Roadmap for
Semiconductors (2001 Version)
Processor Microarchitecture Reference for Software
The Itanium™ Processor
Microarchitecture Reference describes features of the Itanium™ processor’s
implementation of IA-64 that are relevant to developers of compilers and
performance software. The document contains detailed information
microarchitecture features including cache hierarchies, memory management
details and instruction execution latencies to enable development of high
performance IA-64 software.
CPU2000: Measuring CPU Performance in the New Millennium
Years of the International Symposia on Computer Architecture (Selected
Influence of Caches on the Performance of Sorting
SIMPLE TOOLS TO EVALUATE COMPLEX ARCHITECTURAL TRADE-OFFS
- IA64 and ITANIUM 1