Nathan Brunelle

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Micron's new Automata Processor (AP) architecture exploits the very high and natural level of parallelism found in DRAM technologies to achieve native-hardware implementation of non-deterministic finite automata (NFAs). The use of DRAM technology to implement the NTA states provides high capacity and therefore provide extraordinary parallelism for pattern(More)
—High-performance automata-processing engines are traditionally evaluated using a limited set of regular expression-rulesets. While regular expression rulesets are valid real-world examples of use cases for automata processing, they represent a small proportion of all use cases for automata-based computing. With the recent availability of architectures and(More)
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