Andrew R. Cherenson

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Sprite is a new operating system for networked uniprocessor and multiprocessor workstations with large physical memories. It implements a set of kernel calls much like those of 4.3 BSD UNIX, with extensions to allow processes on the same workstation to share memory and to allow processes to migrate between workstations. The implementation of the Sprite(More)
This paper compares the performance of executing compiled Prolog code on two different architectures under development at U. C. Berkeley. The first is the PLM, a special-purpose CISC architecture intended as a coprocessor for a host machine. The second is SPUR, a general-purpose RISC architecture that supports tagged data. Fourteen standard benchmark(More)
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