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Computer Architecture and Implementation
This book is orientated towards readers who already have an understanding of state machine logic design, assembly-language programming and basic operating systems. Each chapter contains a set ofExpand
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Interrupt Processing in Concurrent Processors
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Systems architects are faced with many possibilities for designing interrupt processing strategies that optimize computer resources and performance. Expand
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Branch strategy taxonomy and performance models
  • H. Cragon
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE computer society press monograph
  • 1 August 1991
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For software designers, classifies and describes six basic branching strategies, present analytic models to evaluate each strategy under various work-load and pipeline parameters, and outlines a modeling methodology for evaluating new branching strategies. Expand
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Graph-theoretic techniques for computer intraconnection minimization
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The design and minimization of computer intraconnections have a great influence on system characteristics such as cost, performance, failure rate, and in the case of VLSI, chip area. Expand
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Memory systems and pipelined processors
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The Elements of Single-Chip Microcomputer Architecture
  • H. Cragon
  • Computer Science
  • Computer
  • 1 October 1980
Unique—and sometimes obscure—characteristics distinguish single-chip microcomputers from conventional architectures. Current examples show that no one section can be optimized at the expense ofExpand
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The TI Advanced Scientific Computer
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The authors describe some of the design decisions that determined the architecture and implementation of the Advanced Scientific Computer (ASC). Expand
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An evaluation of code space requirements and performance of various architectures
  • H. Cragon
  • Computer Science
  • CARN
  • 15 February 1979
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The advocates of stack architecture advance the argument, among others, that code space is reduced due to the zero address characteristic of operation instructions. Expand
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Processor implementations using queues
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For several decades, designers have used queues to resolve two processor-memory interface problems - long latency and low bandwidth. Expand
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Locality characteristics of symbolic programs
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By analyzing the virtual address traces of artificial intelligence applications, characteristics have been found in the temporal, spatial, and structural locality of the virtual memory references during symbolic program execution. Expand
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