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Author: Jurij Silc,Borut Robic
ISBN: 3540647988
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Pages 389 pages
Publisher Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1999 edition (July 20, 1999)
Language English
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by Jurij Silc,Borut Robic


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Authors: Silc, Jurij, Robic, Borut, Ungerer, Theo. This monograph surveys architectural mechanisms and implementation techniques for exploiting fine-grained and coarse-grained parallelism within microprocessors. eBook 64,19 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

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72 . Augmenting Dataflow with Control-Flow .

Processor architecture - from dataflow to superscalar and beyond. Processor architecture - from dataflow to superscalar and beyond. 10 . Basic Structure of a RISC Processor and Basic Cache MMU Organization. 15 . Basic Pipeline Stages. 18 . Pipeline Hazards and Solutions . 72 . 2 Large-Grain Dataflow .

Today's microprocessors are the powerful descendants of the von Neumann 1 computer dating back to a memo of Burks, Goldstine, and von Neumann of 1946. The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream. A program counter addresses the next instruction if the preceding instruction is not a control instruction such as, e. g., jump, branch, subprogram call or return.

by Borut Robic, Theo Ungerer, Jurij Silc. Today's microprocessors are the powerful descendants of the von Neumann 1 computer dating back to a memo of Burks, Goldstine, and von Neumann of 1946. The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se- quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream. jump, branch, subprogram call or return

The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream

The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream. An instruction is coded in an instruction format of fixed or variable length, where the opcode is followed by one or more operands that can be data, addresses of data, or the address of an instruction in the case of a control instruction. The opcode defines the types of operands.

oceedings{Silc1999ProcessorA, title {Processor architecture - from dataflow to superscalar and . A Dataflow Processor as the Basis of a Tiled Polymorphic Computing Architecture with Fine-Grain Instruction Migration.

oceedings{Silc1999ProcessorA, title {Processor architecture - from dataflow to superscalar and beyond}, author {Jurij Silc and Borut Robic and Theo Ungerer}, year {1999} .

The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream

The so-called von Neumann architecture is characterized by a se quential control flow resulting in a sequential instruction stream.

Processor Architecture: From Dataflow to Superscalar and Beyond . Jurij Silc (author), Borut Robic (author), Theo Ungerer (author).

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A survey of architectural mechanisms and implementation techniques for exploiting fine- and coarse-grained parallelism within microprocessors. Beginning with a review of past techniques, the monograph provides a comprehensive account of state-of-the-art techniques used in microprocessors, covering both the concepts involved and implementations in sample processors. The whole is rounded off with a thorough review of the research techniques that will lead to future microprocessors. XXXXXXX Neuer Text This monograph surveys architectural mechanisms and implementation techniques for exploiting fine-grained and coarse-grained parallelism within microprocessors. It presents a comprehensive account of state-of-the-art techniques used in microprocessors that covers both the concepts involved and possible implementations. The authors also provide application-oriented methods and a thorough review of the research techniques that will lead to the development of future processors.