John H. Zurawski

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The AlphaStation 600 5-series workstation is a high-performance, uniprocessor design based on the Alpha 21164 microprocessor and on the PCI bus. Six CMOS ASICs provide high-bandwidth, low-latency interconnects between the CPU, the main memory, and the I/O subsystem. The verification effort used directed, pseudorandom testing on a VERILOG software model. A(More)
Although the advent of microprocessors has put considerable computing power in the hands of large numbers of users, there is still an important group who have yet to benefit fully from large scale integration. As a step in the direction of rectifying this situation, a highly flexible chip set is being designed, with a view to reducing the cost of a powerful(More)
Genomics and proteomics discovery is leading to the identification of all proteins and to the opportunity, and challenge, to reveal the protein recognition networks that drive virtually all biological processes. Over the past decade, biosensors have emerged as a key technology for detection and analysis of biomolecular interactions. An important limitation(More)
High-performance 3D graphics accelerators traditionally require multiple chips on multiple boards. Specialized chips perform geometry transformations and lighting computations, rasterizing, pixel processing, and texture mapping. Multiple chip designs are often scalable: they can increase performance by using more chips. Scalability has obvious costs: a(More)
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