Top Picks from the 2017 Computer Architecture Conferences

@article{Wenisch2018TopPF,
  title={Top Picks from the 2017 Computer Architecture Conferences},
  author={Thomas F. Wenisch},
  journal={IEEE Micro},
  year={2018},
  volume={38},
  pages={5-9}
}
  • T. Wenisch
  • Published 1 May 2018
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Micro
This annual issue highlights what the selection committee believes to be some of the most noteworthy contributions in computer architecture published in the major architecture conferences the previous year. 

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Top Picks from the 2016 Computer Architecture Conferences
The guest editors introduce the Top Picks and Honorable Mentions from the 2016 computer architecture conferences.
A new monotonic, clone-independent, reversal symmetric, and condorcet-consistent single-winner election method
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This article presents an O(C^3) algorithm to calculate the winner, where C is the number of alternatives and satisfies, e.g., resolvability, Condorcet, Pareto, reversal symmetry, monotonicity, and independence of clones.
The original Borda count and partial voting
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The author examines the consequences of the various rules so far advocated and then purports that M. de Borda, in using his formula, was perhaps more astute than the science has hitherto recognised.