DeNovo : Rethinking Hardware for Disciplined Parallelism ∗

@inproceedings{Choi2010DeNovoR,
  title={DeNovo : Rethinking Hardware for Disciplined Parallelism ∗},
  author={Byn Choi and Rakesh Komuravelli and Hyojin Sung and Robert Bocchino and Sarita V. Adve and Vikram S. Adve},
  year={2010}
}
We believe that future large-scale multicore systems will require disciplined parallel programming practices, including data-race-freedom, deterministic-by-default semantics, and structured, explicit parallel control and side-effects. We argue that this software evolution presents far-reaching opportunities for parallel hardware design to greatly improve complexity, power-efficiency, and performance scalability. The DeNovo project is rethinking hardware design from the ground up to exploit… CONTINUE READING

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