Gregory L. Frazier

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Small <italic>n</italic>x<italic>n</italic> switches are key components of multistage interconnection networks used in multiprocessors as well as in the communication coprocessors used in multicomputers. The design of the internal buffers in these switches is of critical importance for achieving high throughput low latency communication. We discuss several(More)
Small n ×n switches are key components of multistage interconnection networks used in multiprocessors as well as in the communication coprocessors used in multicomputers. The design of the internal buffers in these switches is of critical importance for achieving high throughput low latency communication. We discuss several buffer structures and compare(More)
Small n ×n switches are key components of multistage interconnection networks and communication coprocessors used in multiprocessors and multicomputers. Communication latency and throughput are critically dependent on the structure of the internal buffers in these switches. We have previously introduced the architecture of a new type of buffer, called a(More)
Cyber security research has produced numerous artificial diversity techniques such as address space layout randomization, heap randomization, instruction-set randomization, and instruction location randomization. To be most effective, these techniques must be high entropy and secure from information leakage which, in practice, is often difficult to achieve.(More)
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