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The Asynchronous Polycyclic Architecture (APA) is a new processor design for numerically intensive applications. APA resembles the VLIW architecture, in that it provides independent control and concurrent operation of low-level functional units within the processor. The main innovations of APA are the provision for multiple threads of control within each(More)
Telepresence resources are available for at least two decades, but its use is still very low. The main reason is that current systems, to save on telecommunication costs, imposes restrictions on quality that precludes the transmission of minute details, very important for the transmission the subjective contents of the material. This paper proposes minimum(More)
Nautilus is a Multithreaded Distributed Shared Memory system based on scope consistency. The multithread implementation disallows the use of SIGIO signals in order to minimize the context switch of traditional processes. This paper shows the speedups of some benchmarks submitted to Nautilus. To have an accurate and correct evaluation of Nautilus, it is(More)
Nautilus is a Multithreaded Distributed Shared Memory system based on scope consistency. The multithread implementation disallows the use of SIGIO signals in order to minimize the context switch of traditional processes. This paper shows the results of some benchmarks submitted to Nautilus. To have an accurate and correct evaluation of Nautilus, it is(More)
Nautilus is a Multithreaded Distributed Shared Memory system based on scope consistency. The multithread implementation permits no use of SIGIO signals and to minimize the context switch of traditional processes. We show and compare the speedup of a new DSM system, Nautilus, with an important DSM used by the academic community: JIAJIA. This comparison is(More)
Nautilus is a Multithreaded Distributed Shared Memory system based on scope consistency. Its multithread implementation disallows the use of SIGIO signals in order to minimize the context switch of traditional processes. This paper shows the speedups of some benchmarks submitted to Nautilus, being it compared with two other DSMs: TreadMarks and JIAJIA. The(More)