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The Raw microprocessor consumes 122 million transistors, executes 16 different load, store, integer or floating point instructions every cycle, controls 25 GB/s of I/O bandwidth, and has 2 MB of on-chip, distributed L1 SRAM memory, providing on-chip memory bandwidth of 43 GB/s. Is this the latest billion-dollar 3,000 man-year processor effort? In fact, Raw(More)
This paper evaluates the Raw microprocessor. Raw addresses thechallenge of building a general-purpose architecture that performswell on a larger class of stream and embedded computing applicationsthan existing microprocessors, while still running existingILP-based sequential programs with reasonable performance in theface of increasing wire delays. Raw(More)
Tiled architectures provide a paradigm for designers to turn silicon resources into processors with burgeoning quantities of programmable functional units and memories. The architecture has a dual responsibility: first, it must expose these resources in a way that is programmable. Second, it needs to manage the power associated with such resources.We(More)
  • Michael Bedford Taylor, Jason Kim, Jason Miller, David Wentzlaff, Fae Ghodrat, Ben Greenwald +8 others
  • 2002
The drive for performance in the face of increasing wire delay blurs the line between microprocessors and multiprocessors. Microprocessor designs such as the Alpha 21464 have multi-cycle " network " latencies between ALUs [1], and come close to having multiple, parallel fetch units, much as a multiprocessor. A recent paper [2] identifies the existence of a(More)
  • Matthew Ian Frank, Jason Asanovic, David Miller, Atul Wentzlaf, Emmett Adya, Scott Witchel +40 others
  • 1996
A computer can never be too fast or too cheap. Computer systems pervade nearly every aspect of science, engineering, communications and commerce because they perform certain tasks at rates unachievable by any other kind of system built by humans. A computer sys-tem's throughput, however, is constrained by that sys-tem's ability to find concurrency. Given a(More)
BACKGROUND Sickle cell disease is one of the most common inherited blood disorders. Universal screening and early intervention have significantly helped to reduce childhood mortality in high-resource countries. However, persons living in low-resource settings are often not diagnosed until late childhood when they present with clinical symptoms. In addition,(More)
Project Goal: Due to the constraints of VLSI scaling, future processor and system-on-chip designs will by necessity incorporate on-chip communication networks. In the project, we plan to investigate protocols and signalling technologies in the context of future on-chip multiprocessors in the 50nm regime. In this regime, interconnect delay becomes a major(More)
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