Milon Mackey

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As the latency and bandwidth of multicomputer interconnection fabrics improve, there is a growing need for an interface between them and host processors that does not hide these gains behind software overhead. The Hamlyn interface architecture does this. It uses sender-based memory management to eliminate receiver buffer overruns, provides applications with(More)
virtually addressed cache architecture; PA-RISC; virtual memory Mach shares memory between tasks by virtual address aliasing. This means a physical page can be mapped to more than one virtual page at a time. This works well on hardware architectures that use a physically addressed cache, but can cause some problems for architectures that use a virtually(More)
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