Performance and Power Evaluation of Clustered VLIW Processors with Wide Functional Units

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Architectural resources and program recurrences are the main limitations to the amount of Instruction-Level Parallelism (ILP) exploitable from loops, the most time-consuming part in numerical computations. In order to increase the number of operations per second, current designs use growing degrees of resource replication for memory ports and functional… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-27776-7_10

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@inproceedings{Perics2004PerformanceAP, title={Performance and Power Evaluation of Clustered VLIW Processors with Wide Functional Units}, author={Miquel Peric{\`a}s and Eduard Ayguad{\'e} and Javier Zalamea and Josep Llosa and Mateo Valero}, booktitle={SAMOS}, year={2004} }