Larrabee: A many-Core x86 architecture for visual computing

  title={Larrabee: A many-Core x86 architecture for visual computing},
  author={L. Seiler and D. Carmean and E. Sprangle and T. Forsyth and M. Abrash and P. Dubey and S. Junkins and A. Lake and J. Sugerman and R. Cavin and R. Espasa and E. Grochowski and T. Juan and P. Hanrahan},
  journal={2008 IEEE Hot Chips 20 Symposium (HCS)},
  • L. Seiler, D. Carmean, +11 authors P. Hanrahan
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • 2008 IEEE Hot Chips 20 Symposium (HCS)
  • This article consists of a collection of slides from the author's conference presentation. Some of the topics discussed include: architecture convergence; Larrabee architecture; and graphics pipeline. 

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