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Title: Advanced Pipelining and Memory System Introduction
Authors: Bertacco, Prof. Valeria
Mahlke, Prof. Scott
Keywords: ACMCCS98::Hardware::REGISTER-TRANSFER-LEVEL IMPLEMENTATION::Design::Memory design
ACMCCS98::Software::OPERATING SYSTEMS::Storage Management::Main memory
ACMCCS98::Computer Systems Organization::PROCESSOR ARCHITECTURES::Multiple Data Stream Architectures (Multiprocessors)::Pipeline processors
ACMCCS98::Computer Systems Organization::PROCESSOR ARCHITECTURES::Single Data Stream Architectures::Pipeline processors
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, USA
Abstract: This file explains the advanced concepts regarding the pipelining.Also describes about the Memory Hierarchy.
Description: We have Lots of memory for our processor: •LC2 needs 216words of memory •MIPS needs 232bytes of memory •Athlon-64 or EM64T needs 264bytes of memory
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