MOM-map-oriented machine-a partly custom-designed architecture compared to standard hardware

@article{Hartenstein1989MOMmaporientedMP,
  title={MOM-map-oriented machine-a partly custom-designed architecture compared to standard hardware},
  author={Reiner W. Hartenstein and Alexander G. Hirschbiel and Michael Weber},
  journal={Proceedings. VLSI and Computer Peripherals. COMPEURO 89},
  year={1989},
  pages={5/7-5/9}
}
The von Neumann principle has two bottlenecks: program accessing and data accessing. An innovative non-von Neumann principle eliminates one of them. Its new processor, the map-oriented machine (MOM), is compared with the von Neumann concept. The MOM is the key resource to a completely new philosophy of data processing, map-oriented processing. It does not use sequential programs since it has no program sequencer. For many applications it provides acceleration factors of up to several orders of… CONTINUE READING

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