The Raw Microprocessor: A Computational Fabric for Software Circuits and General-Purpose Programs

@article{Taylor2002TheRM,
  title={The Raw Microprocessor: A Computational Fabric for Software Circuits and General-Purpose Programs},
  author={Michael Bedford Taylor and Jason Sungtae Kim and Jason E. Miller and David Wentzlaff and Fae Ghodrat and Ben Greenwald and Henry Hoffmann and Paul Johnson and Jae W. Lee and Walter Lee and Albert Ma and Arvind Saraf and Mark Seneski and Nathan Shnidman and Volker Strumpen and Matthew I. Frank and Saman P. Amarasinghe and Anant Agarwal},
  journal={IEEE Micro},
  year={2002},
  volume={22},
  pages={25-35}
}
122 million transistors; executes 16 different load, store, integer, or floating-point instructions every cycle; controls 25 Gbytes/s of input/output (I/O) bandwidth; and has 2 Mbytes of on-chip distributed L1 static RAM providing on-chip memory bandwidth of 57 Gbytes/s. Is this the latest billion-dollar, 3,000 man-year processor effort? In fact, it took only a handful of graduate students at the Laboratory for Computer Science at MIT to design and implement Raw. Our research addresses a key… CONTINUE READING
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