Dynamic Cluster Assignment Mechanisms

@inproceedings{Canal2000DynamicCA,
  title={Dynamic Cluster Assignment Mechanisms},
  author={Ramon Canal and Joan-Manuel Parcerisa and Antonio Gonz{\'a}lez},
  booktitle={HPCA},
  year={2000}
}
Clustered microarchitectures are an effective approach to reducing the penalties caused by wire delays inside a chip. Current superscalar processors have in fact a two-cluster microarchitecture with a naive code partitioning approach: integer instructions are allocated to one cluster and floating-point instructions to the other. This partitioning scheme is simple and results in no communications between the two clusters (just through memory) but it is in general far from optimal because the… CONTINUE READING
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