Christos J. Georgiou

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In December 1999, IBM announced the start of a five-year effort to build a massively parallel computer, to be applied to the study of biomolecular phenomena such as protein folding. The project has two main goals: to advance our understanding of the mechanisms behind protein folding via large-scale simulation, and to explore novel ideas in massively(More)
In recent years, many organizations have recognized the potential of e-commerce to improve profitability by increasing productivity and market penetration while reducing costs. But the vision of an electronically interconnected world requires the global adoption of e-commerce, not just in industrialized nations, but also in developing ones, where most of(More)
This paper presents a System-on-a-Chip design methodology that uses a microprocessor subsystem as a building block for the development of chips for networking applications. The microprocessor subsystem is a self-contained macro that functions as an accelerator for computation-intensive pieces of the application code, and complements the standard components(More)
This paper presents a feasibility study on the use of an embedded multi-core system-on-a-chip (SoC) architecture to accelerate server I/O subsystem functions, as an alternative to implementation via finite state machines (FSMs) and hardwired logic. The multi-core solution is significantly more programmable than FSMs and avoids many of their shortcomings.(More)