Memory and Bus Conflict in an Array Processor

  • Gary J. Nutt
  • Published 1977 in IEEE Transactions on Computers

Abstract

The multiassociative processor (MAP) system is a hypothetical machine composed of eight control units (CU's) and an arbitrary number of processing elements (PE's). Each CU is allocated a subset of the identical PE's in order to process a single-instruction-stream-multiple-data-stream program. The eight CU's must be able to access a common main memory system… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TC.1977.1674877

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