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Main-stream general-purpose microprocessors require a collection of high-performance interconnects to supply the necessary data movement. The trend of continued increase in core count has prompted designs of packet-switched network as a scalable solution for future-generation chips. However, the cost of scalability can be significant and especially hard to(More)
As microprocessor chips integrate a growing number of cores, the issue of interconnection becomes more important for overall system performance and efficiency. Compared to traditional distributed shared-memory architecture, chip-multiprocessors offer a different set of design constraints and opportunities. As a result, a conventional packet-relay(More)
[11] A. Stroele, " BIST patter generators using addition and subtraction operations , " J. A concurrent built-in self-test architecture based on a self-testing RAM, " IEEE Trans. An on-chip march pattern generator for testing embedded memory cores, " IEEE Trans. Diagnostic data compression techniques for embedded memories with built-in self-test, " J.(More)
With increasing core count, chip multiprocessors (CMP) require a high-performance interconnect fabric that is energy-efficient. Well-engineered transmission line-based communication systems offer an attractive solution, especially for CMPs with a moderate number of cores. While transmission lines have been used in a wide variety of purposes, there lack(More)
Graphics processing units (GPUs) continue to grow in popularity for general-purpose, highly parallel, high-throughput systems. This has forced GPU vendors to increase their focus on general purpose workloads, sometimes at the expense of the graphics-specific workloads. Using GPUs for general-purpose computation is a departure from the driving forces behind(More)
—The growing number of cores in chip multi-processors increases the importance of interconnection for overall system performance and energy efficiency. Compared to traditional distributed shared-memory architectures, chip-multiprocessors offer a different set of design constraints and opportunities. As a result, a conventional packet-relay multiprocessor(More)
  • Aaron Carpenter, John Griffin, E Scott Adler, John Hatch, History Department
  • 2016
Carpenter, Aaron, "The Advantage of Wealth: How partisan success is affected by rising income inequality in the United States" Abstract: After the end of the Second World War, the United States when through a period of great growth. As the economy grew, income inequality also grew within the country. Parallel to this, as income inequality increased,(More)
Near-threshold voltage (NTV) computing is a popular approach to substantially improve energy efficiency in modern microelectronics devices. Two challenges have hindered the integration of NTV into the mainstream: (1) reduced performance and (2) greater vulnerability to the effects of process variation, particularly as transistor dimensions decrease.(More)
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