Ahmed M. Mahran

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‒ Agents' judgment depends on perception and previous knowledge. Assuming that previous knowledge depends on perception, we can say that judgment depends on perception. So, if judgment depends on perception, can agents judge that they have the same perception? In few words, this is the addressed paradox through this document. While illustrating on the(More)
handy systematic method for enumerating all possible data dependency cases that could occur between any two instru c-tions that might happen to be processed at the same time at different stages o f the pipeline. Given instructions of the instruction set, specific information about operands of each instruction and when an instruction reads or writes data,(More)
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